An individual vandalizes a fence behind a Penticton apartment complex in the early morning hours of Nov. 12 while another person stands watch. The two are suspected of vandalizing buildings, dumpsters and fencing all along Riverside Drive’s laneway. (Photo from Facebook)

Penticton RCMP and residents look for vandals responsible for late-night graffiti

Two people can be seen on security footage spraypainting a fence along the Riverside Drive laneway

Penticton RCMP and residents are trying to track down two culprits who graffitied the laneway from Riverside Drive to Power Street last night.

A screenshot of the images and post made by Penticton resident Wendy Mandar, who is trying to identify the individuals responsible for vandalism in the laneway from Riverside Drive to Power Street. (Photo from Facebook)

Resident Wendy Mandar shared images of the graffiti and screenshots from security footage just before 2 a.m. on Nov. 12 to social media in an attempt to track down the two individuals that can be seen spraypainting one of the fences in the laneway.

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From the images, it appears that multiple buildings, fences and dumpsters were vandalized along the laneway from Riverside Drive to Power Street, although the security footage only shows the two are responsible for the vandalism of the fence behind the apartment complex.

Anyone with information about this vandalism or the identity of the two suspects are asked to call the Penticton RCMP at 250-492-4300.

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