Olney Vandalism Suspect Strikes The Same Home Three Times, Leaving Derogatory Messages

Olney Vandalism Suspect Strikes The Same Home Three Times, Leaving Derogatory Messages 

An older man suspected of spray painting derogatory terms on an Olney house in the 17000 block of Cashell Road has been reported for vandalizing the same house three times.

The first two events occurred on October 28th and November 13th. The suspect spray painted the words “terrorist” and “I hate America” on the garage of the Olney family home. The November 13th incident shows surveillance footage of the suspect leaving on foot towards Cherry Valley Court. 

On November 28th, the home was struck for the third time when the suspect removed a “Black Lives Matter” flag from outside the family’s home, which is caught on the family’s surveillance footage. 

Detectives are asking anyone who has information about the suspect to contact the 4th District Investigative Section at 240-773-5545. Also, Crime Solvers is offering up to $10,000 in cash for information that can lead to the suspect’s arrest.

Those who would like to remain anonymous can contact the Crime Solvers via 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), online, or via the Crime Solvers app.

More information, including a video of the suspect from the Montgomery County Police Department, can be seen here.

By Madison Tringone 

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