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DPD releases video of '666' spray painting suspect

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Dallas police released raw surveillance video on Tuesday of a suspect whom they believe has been spray painting the number “666” mostly around downtown Dallas.

Police say based on the video, they’re looking for a white male about 6 feet tall. He’s seen on a mountain bike wearing khaki cargo shorts, a black shirt or jacket and a black baseball cap.

Many of the 12 locations that the suspect has tagged are associated with the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Dallas.

Locations that have been tagged include the Cathedral of Hope Church, the Legacy of Love monument at Cedar Springs and Oak Lawn and a resource center for gay and lesbian youth in Dallas.

Police announced on Tuesday that a 12th location had been tagged in the 2200 block of Douglas Avenue. They believe that tagging happened around the same time that the others did, but went unreported.

Anyone with information on the suspect or taggings is asked to contact Det. Janse at 214-670-6179.

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