Police looking for person who vandalized UW Hillel Foundation, city property
MADISON, Wis. — Madison police are releasing surveillance images of a person they say was caught on camera spray-painting several locations across the city.
The Madison Police Department says it is working with the UW-Madison Police Department to identify the person, who was seen vandalizing the UW Hillel Foundation building, the Lowell Center, and an E-bike station last week.
Police say the same paint was used in all of those locations, and surveillance cameras caught the person in the act.
While the Hillel Foundation building was one of the locations vandalized, police do not believe it was specifically targeted, with investigators saying the spray paintings appear to be random.
The investigation is still ongoing.
If you know the person in the surveillance photos, you’re asked to call the Madison Area Crime Stoppers at 608-266-6014 or leave a tip online at p3tips.com.
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