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Tue September 11, 2012
Michigan State Police close in on Capitol vandalism suspect
The Michigan State Police say there is a single suspect in a vandalism spree last week that included the state Capitol building in Lansing. Officers also found graffiti early Thursday morning in downtown Lansing and at Lansing Community College.
State Police Lieutenant Kyle Bowman says there is still no arrest, but that should come soon.
“We’ll be submitting our portion of the report for our investigation to the Ingham County prosecutor’s office sometime this week," Bowman says.
Investigators aren’t releasing any information about the suspect yet.
Officers last week found two stick figures spray-painted on the Capitol’s front columns and a message reading “Give art a chance” on a war memorial on the Capitol lawn.
Police say the suspect could face felony charges for malicious destruction of property.
Workers at the Capitol are still trying to remove the spray paint. They say damages could range between a thousand and several thousand dollars.
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