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SAFE LA Task Force Is Searching for Information on Person Who Vandalized a Police Memorial

The memorial for fallen Los Angeles police officers was vandalized during the July 25 protests near the federal building in downtown LA.

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The SAFE LA Task Force is looking for more information on the person that vandalized a police memorial during last month's anti-police brutality protests.

On July 25, a man was caught on camera vandalizing the memorial for the fallen. 

The man was described as being 5 feet 9 inches tall and about 180 pounds.

Police have since released photos of the vandalized memorial for fallen Los Angeles police officers at the Police Headquarters Facility. 

The man spray-painted a large red “X” on a glass case containing the badges of fallen LAPD officers. “FTP” was also spray-painted across the walls nearby. 

Those who provide credible information to SAFE LA Task Force, leading to his identification and arrest, could be eligible for a reward of up to $10,000.

Tips, videos, or pictures can be sent to SAFELATIPS@lapd.online.

Tipsters who would like to remain anonymous can call 213-486-6840.

For more information on submitting tips to SAFE L.A. Task Force, visit http://www.lapdonline.org/safelatips.

Editor's Note: An earlier version of this story indicated that the LAPD was searching for multiple vandals connected to this crime. The department later clarified that they are only searching for one vandal.

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