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Image released in police probe over Coventry bank graffiti tags

John Carlon 11th Sep, 2020

POLICE investigating ‘large graffiti tags’ sprayed on NatWest bank in High Street have released security images.

Officers say they wish to speak with the man pictured in connection with the incident in the early hours of Tuesday (September 8).

In a statement, a spokeswoman for West Midlands Police said: “Several large graffiti tags − around 3ft high − were sprayed over buildings in Coventry city centre.

“The damage in High Street is estimated to run to £2,000.

“It happened in the early hours of Tuesday morning by NatWest bank.

“CCTV cameras caught this man in the area at the time and we want to speak with him in relation to the damage.

“He’s described as white, “chunky” build, around 6ft tall, believed to be in his early or mid-20s with light brown or ginger hair that was tied in a top knot.

“Anyone who recognises him is asked to get in touch via Live Chat or by calling 101. Please quote crime reference 20CV/215423C/20.”

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