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Criminal Mischief Investigation
Pearland, Texas
   
 
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CRIMINAL MISCHIEF INVESTIGATIONS

Pearland, Texas – The Pearland Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect, who has vandalized several Pearland ISD campuses. The suspect has smashed windows at three schools on FM1128 (Berry Miller Jr. High, Rogers Middle School, and Massey Ranch Elementary). The crimes occur overnight during the early morning hours. The same male is suspected of being responsible for all three cases. The video surveillance shows the suspect to be wearing a black hooded sweater with a wide white stripe down the back.

 

Anyone with information please contact Sgt. Mayville at 281-997-4128 or dmayville@pearlandtx.gov, or send us a message on Facebook.

 

PPD Case # 19-10008, 19-10283, 19-10455

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