Multiple Locations In Patchogue Spray-Painted With Graffiti: Police


PATCHOGUE, NY — Multiple locations, including a facade next to Toast, and properties on Railroad Avenue and South Ocean Avenue, in Patchogue were spray-painted with graffiti on Aug. 8 between 3 a.m. and 4:15 a.m., Suffolk police said.

Investigators are searching for a male suspect, and the crime has been classified criminal mischief, according to a police news alert.

Further details were not released.

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