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They are looking for a person who is suspected of vandalizing a San Diego business 5 times

They are looking for a person who is suspected of vandalizing a San Diego business 5 times

The suspect was seen wearing sunglasses and driving a champagne colored Toyota Prius.

(NOTICIAS YA) – San Diego authorities are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of an elderly man vandalizing a local business at least five times since 2021.

The San Diego County Police Department and Crime Stoppers are calling on the public to identify and locate the suspect responsible for the vandalism of the All County Fire facility in Normal Heights.

According to the police report, the same man, who has served the county for over 40 years, has vandalized at least five times since September 2021.

The total damage for the five attacks is estimated at $24,000.

Damage to the location, located at 3163 Adams Avenue, included broken windows from paint chips to company vehicles and the exterior walls of the business.

The suspect, described as a white or Hispanic male, between 50 and 60 years old, is wanted for felony vandalism.

Authorities describe the suspect as being 5’9″ to 5’11” tall, with a slim build, white hair, and appears to have a hunchback when he walks.

The suspect was seen wearing sunglasses and driving a champagne colored Toyota Prius.

Investigators in the case revealed numerous images captured by surveillance cameras, which recorded the presence of the man and his vehicle outside of All County Fire.

Anyone with information about the identity or location of the suspect, or his vehicle, can call the SDPD’s Downtown Division at (619) 516-3073 or the Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line at (888 ) 580-8477.