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PHOTOS: Travis County administration building, constable precinct vandalized

Deputies responded to the vandalism incidents early Sunday morning.

AUSTIN, Texas — Two Travis County buildings were vandalized early Sunday morning, a spokesperson with the Travis County Sheriff's Office (TCSO) confirmed to KVUE.

TCSO deputies responded to a criminal mischief call at 3:47 a.m. Sunday at the Constable Precinct 5 office, located at 1005 Guadalupe St. 

TCSO confirmed there were also broken windows at the Travis County Ned Granger Administration Building, located at 314 West 11th St.

Surveillance footage caught a suspect on tape. They were described as:

  • White male 
  • Dark medium length hair with dark mustache
  • Medium build 
  • Last seen wearing a red jacket, orange-colored shirt, black pants, white and dark athletic shoes and a black backpack.


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