Baltimore County Police charged a 17-year-old male in connection with six incidents of graffiti and one burglary.
Police started investigating the incidents on Jan. 26 after three different graffiti sightings were reported in Towson and Cockeysville. Three additional graffiti incidents were also reported in Towson.
The most recent case of vandalism occurred at St. Pius School on York Road, where a swastika and a message including the n-word were painted on school property.
Detectives were also able to link the same suspect to a burglary of Graul's Wine and Spirit Shop in the 7700 block of Bellona Avenue on Jan. 30, where police said he broke a window and took a bottle of alcohol.
Community efforts combined with police investigation result in clearing a burglary & 6 graffiti cases! ^JP https://t.co/G1a7auAp9p
— BACO Public Safety (@BACOPoliceFire) February 23, 2017