UT Police Release Photos of A&M Graffiti Suspects

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

University of Texas police have released security camera video of vandals spray-painting A&M graffiti on the University of Texas campus in Austin.

The pictures of two people from that video were taken on October 27th.

University of Texas police say the culprits spray- painted phrases like "Gig-Em," "Aggies," and the Texas A&M logo on the University of Texas Tower and several nearby buildings.

The graffiti has since been cleaned up, but police are hoping you can help them find the suspects.

If you have any information, call University of Texas or Texas A&M University police.

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