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Man Wanted For Stealing Security Camera, Spray Painting Long Island Liquor Store

* Vandal Wanted * A man is #wanted after allegedly spray-painted a door and stole a security camera from a #Mastic liquor store last month, #SuffolkCounty police said. #DailyVoice. * Vandal Wanted * A man is #wanted after allegedly spray-painted a door and stole a security camera from a #Mastic liquor store last month, #SuffolkCounty police said. #DailyVoice.
* Vandal Wanted * A man is #wanted after allegedly spray-painted a door and stole a security camera from a #Mastic liquor store last month, #SuffolkCounty police said. #DailyVoice. Photo Credit: Suffolk County Police
* Vandal Wanted * A man is #wanted after allegedly spray-painted a door and stole a security camera from a #Mastic liquor store last month, #SuffolkCounty police said. #DailyVoice. * Vandal Wanted * A man is #wanted after allegedly spray-painted a door and stole a security camera from a #Mastic liquor store last month, #SuffolkCounty police said. #DailyVoice.
* Vandal Wanted * A man is #wanted after allegedly spray-painted a door and stole a security camera from a #Mastic liquor store last month, #SuffolkCounty police said. #DailyVoice. Photo Credit: Suffolk County Police

A vandal who allegedly spray-painted the door and stole a security camera from a Long Island liquor store is wanted by police.

An alert was issued by investigators as they attempt to track down a man who allegedly stole a security camera and damaged a business in Mastic.

According to Suffolk County Police investigators, the suspect spray-painted a door at Mastic Liquors on Montauk Highway at approximately 4:20 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 6. No other information on the suspect has been released by police.

Anyone with information regarding the suspect or vandalism has been asked to contact Suffolk County Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-220-TIPS or leaving an anonymous tip online.

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