The San Jose Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a vandalism suspect shown in the linked photos and video. The suspect is responsible for a string of vandalisms where the suspect smashed several glass door and windows.
The incidents occurred at the listed locations on:
Wednesday, April 22, 2020, between 3:15 AM and 6:00 AM.
The Milpitas Police Department is also investigating three similar incidents involving the same suspect that occurred on the same date.
Case # 20-113-0095: Lee’s Sandwiches, 2525 S. King Rd.,
San Jose Case # 20-113-0138: Lee’s Sandwiches,
2471 Berryessa Rd., San Jose Case # 20-113-0148: 7 Leaves Cafe,
1743 Berryessa Rd., San Jose Case # 20-113-0180: Tastea, 1160 N. Capitol Ave.,
San Jose Case # 20-113-0593: Pho Y #1 Noodle House, 2050 Concourse Dr.,
Suspect Description: Asian or Hispanic male adult, 5′ 6″, 130 lbs, wearing a dark hoodie and dark pants. Suspect Vehicle: Dark pick-up truck (possibly a Toyota Tacoma) with a chrome tool box in the bed of the truck.
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