UPDATE, March 2: El Paso police tweeted Tuesday morning that the man accused of vandalizing nearly half a dozen west El Paso businesses last week has been arrested.
Police said the man was arrested on an unrelated charge in east Texas. They did not exactly specify where the man was found.
Police said that charges in the vandalism case will be presented to the El Paso District Attorney's office for prosecution.
Subject has been identified. Investigators have found that he was arrested in east Texas on an unrelated charge. Charges on the vandalism cases will be presented to the D.A. https://t.co/7hwttsgy8T— EL PASO POLICE DEPT (@EPPOLICE) March 2, 2021
ORIGINAL REPORT, Feb. 25: EL PASO, Texas — Police said Thursday they were investigating an overnight vandalism spree that targeted nearly a half-dozen west El Paso businesses.
Detectives said a man smashed the front door windows to at least five west side business.
Surveillance images captured a glimpse of the vandal and police that asked anyone who recognizes him to contact investigators by calling 915-212-8532.