Capitol Police Seeking Public’s Assistance in Identifying Alleged Vandals

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First Sergeant Ron Galaviz
Assistant Chief Public Information Officer

September 17, 2019


Capitol Police Seeking Public's Assistance in
Identifying Alleged Vandals


(Indianapolis, IN)-The Capitol Police Section of the Indiana State Police is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying at least one, and as many as three suspects in an alleged vandalism, which is said to have occurred on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial, on the downtown canal across from the Indiana State Museum (650 W. Washington Street).

According to Officer Charles Meneely, on Monday, September 9, 2019, maintenance personnel at the Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial noticed damage to a descriptive marker/pillar.  Follow up investigation, which included video surveillance footage, showed at approximately 10:51 p.m. on September 7th, an unknown young male captured on video surveillance, allegedly damaging the same descriptive marker/pillar.  The video then showed a total of three males gathered around the damaged marker/pillar a few seconds later.  The estimated damage was said to have been approximately $300.00.  

Anyone with any information as to the identity of any of the young men pictured below is asked to contact Capitol Police Officer Meneely at (317) 234-2131.  Anonymous calls will be accepted.

All Suspects Are Presumed Innocent Until Proven Guilty in a Court of Law


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