VANDALISM AND THEFT - SPOKANE VALLEY
Spokane Valley, Washington
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for a series of vandalism incidents and theft in Spokane Valley, Washington.
The FBI's Seattle Field Office and the Spokane County Sheriff's Office in Washington are investigating five incidents of vandalism and theft in the Spokane Valley that may be politically motivated.
The criminal activity occurred in the neighborhood located south of 32nd Avenue, between North Pines Road and just west of North Bowdish Road in Spokane Valley, Washington. Beginning on September 18, 2020, and continuing over approximately a two-week period, the unknown suspect(s) spray-painted garage doors and vehicles, stole property, and destroyed yard signs. The damage is estimated to total nearly $20,000.
At one of the locations, the unknown suspect(s) left a handwritten note with distinctive I’s dotted with Xs, along with a sealed glass salsa jar filled with a clear liquid. In another instance, a home surveillance system captured a video of an unknown suspect wearing a sweatshirt. The unknown suspect is described as a White male, approximately 5'11" to 6'0", weighing approximately 140 pounds.
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Field Office: Seattle