Police in Guelph, Ont., have released several surveillance photos after six banks were vandalized in the city’s south end.
Banks along Kortright Road, between Edinburgh Road and Gordon Street, and near Clair Road and Gordon Street were tagged with graffiti during the overnight hours of May 3.
Police said all of the graffiti is similar but the vandalism is not considered a hate crime.
The vandalized banks have been connected to an apartment building near Neeve and Wellington streets that was also tagged with similar graffiti twice, once April 27 and again on May 2.
Photos provided by Guelph police show a person inside a bank with their face covered, wearing a green jacket, hooded sweatshirt and a hat.
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