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Police: Graffiti popping up in downtown Greenville, info sought

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Police say they want to talk to this person. (Source: Greenville Police Dept.) Police say they want to talk to this person. (Source: Greenville Police Dept.)
Police say this is an example of the type of graffiti that has been painted. (Source: Greenville Police Dept.) Police say this is an example of the type of graffiti that has been painted. (Source: Greenville Police Dept.)
Police say the person of interest was seen arriving in this car. (Source: Greenville Police Dept.) Police say the person of interest was seen arriving in this car. (Source: Greenville Police Dept.)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Greenville police said they want to talk to a person of interest after someone tagged parts of downtown with graffiti recently.

Police said someone has spray painted the word "youth" several times in recent weeks, including on a transformer box and other places in the Central Business District.

According to police, the person of interest was seen on surveillance in one of the incidents at South Main and Wardlaw streets when the transformer box was tagged.

Police spokesperson Johnathan Bragg said the unknown person arrives in a car caught on surveillance. Bragg said the person is considered a person of interest in the case.

Anyone with information on the person's identity or the graffiti is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 864-23-CRIME.

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