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Deputies Identify Suspect In Spartanburg County Vandalism

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Deputies say the man in this photo is Paul Stanley Theus. Deputies say the man in this photo is Paul Stanley Theus.
Investigators say a man has been tagging graffiti on billboards in the county. Investigators say a man has been tagging graffiti on billboards in the county.
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Deputies Identify Suspect In Spartanburg County Vandalism - July 24, 2013

The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office says they've identified a suspect wanted for vandalism.

Deputies say Paul Stanley Theus has agreed to turn himself in Monday. He faces a charge of vandalism/illegal graffiti vandalism according to the arrest warrant.

The sheriff's office says media coverage - showing photos of the suspect and a vehicle - was instrumental in identifying Theus.

Deputies Seek Suspect In Spartanburg County Vandalism - July 22, 2013

Spartanburg County Sheriff's deputies are looking for two people they say are involved in vandalism.

Investigators say a man has been tagging graffiti on billboards in the county. The SCSO incident reports shows one case of vandalism at a billboard in the 2990 block of South Pine Street.

Graffiti was spray painted on faces on the billboard, causing $1,000 in damage according to the sign's owner.

The sheriff's office released a photo of the man they suspect in the vandalism along with a picture of a white Ford Ranger truck he's bbelievedto be driving.

SCSO investigators are also looking for a woman, believed to be in her teens or early 220's who is believed to be involved.

Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect is asked to call Sgt Tony Brown at 864-503-4578 or contact him by email at tbrown@spartanburgcounty.org 

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