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Police still searching for answers in Border Patrol Museum vandalism case

Police still searching for suspects in last month’s vandalism case at the Border Patrol Museum.

A group of protesters went into the Border Patrol Museum February 16 in northeast El Paso and damaged some of the artifacts.

According to police the protesters glued more than 100 flyers and stickers

The group live streamed it on Facebook. A spokesperson for the museum says the protestors placed stickers of photos of migrant children who have died in custody of border patrol. Many of those stickers were put on top of photos of agents who have died in the line of duty:

There’s still no information on who may have done it.

“In total there was $2,500 in damages that were caused by these individuals. We are seeking the assistance of the community. And we know somebody out there knows who those individuals responsible for gluing these items are, who those individuals that caused these damages to these artifacts are. We need them to come forward,” said Javier Sambrano with El Paso Crime Stoppers.

If you have any information that could help police you can call Crime Stoppers at (915) 566-8477.

The Border Patrol Museum is and independent group, not financed by the agency or the US government.

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