Two suspects wanted for graffiti, destruction of property at Ashburn Starbucks stores


Loudoun County Sheriff’s officials are asking for the community’s help to identify two people wanted in connection with graffiti and destruction of property incidents at four Starbucks stores in Ashburn.

Officials said the anti-Israel and Pro-Palestine graffiti and property damage were discovered by Starbucks employees early Tuesday, May 21.

The outside of the stores were spray painted with various words and symbols. Officials said they believe the incidents are related.

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On Friday, officials said at least two suspects were captured on surveillance spray painting phrases on exterior doors, windows and walls of the buildings.

The suspects are described by officials as males in their late teens or early 20s. One was seen wearing all-black clothing and a black mask and the other was seen in jeans, a black shirt, a dark hat and a white mask, according to officials.

The affected Starbucks locations are in Ashbrook, Broadlands, Pipeline and Loudoun shopping centers.

Anyone with information is asked to call 703-777-1021 or call 703-777-1919 to remain anonymous.

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