Jacksonville Beach graffiti artist sought by police

Published On: Aug 29 2014 04:53:29 PM EDT
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. -

Police are looking to identify a person responsible accused of several acts of vandalism in Jacksonville Beach.

Beginning on or about Sunday, the male tag artist committed the crimes at several different businesses in Jacksonville Beach, according to police.

In some of the cases a white pickup, possibly a Dodge Dakota, was driven by the vandal.

News4Jax reported Wednesday some of the businesses hit with graffiti include Cinotti's Bakery and Sandwich Shop, a dance studio next door, and a grocery store truck across the street on Penman Road.

Residents in the community said they're seeing the graffiti artist's "work" all over the area now.

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Anyone with information regarding the identity of the vandal or the owner of the truck is asked to call the Jacksonville Beach Police Department at 904-270-1661.

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