Sexually explicit graffiti raising eyebrows in San Juan

Sexually explicit graffiti suspect caught on tape // San Juan Police Department Image

San Juan police are looking for a suspect they believe egged a San Juan family's home three times and spray painted a sexually-explicit image on their cars.

The first egging happened on November 17th at the 1700 block of South State Avenue on the city's southside.

The suspect egged the house two more times in the following weeks.

But on November 30th, the suspect returned and used red spray paint to paint a graphic image of male anatomy on the homeowner's car.

Police tell Action 4 News that two high school age teenagers also live at the home, but it's not clear if the criminal mischief was directed towards the teens or their parents.

The homeowner installed a security camera after the third egging and was able to capture the suspect spray painting the car.

The suspect is facing graffiti and criminal mischief charges.

Police are hoping someone who recognizes the individual will contact the crime stoppers line at (956) 283-8477.

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