Another act of vandalism has hit Rochester, Minnesota.  And since we live in a world where cameras are absolutely everywhere, the individuals that caused the damage were caught on camera and you can see their faces pretty well.  Do you recognize any of these individuals?

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Public Asked To Help Identify Individuals That Damaged Popular Area in Rochester, Minnesota

On the night of September 24th, several individuals felt the need to hop in a car and head to Quarry Hill Nature Center to do a little branding.  Not sure if their initials ended up being spray painted on the Prairie House but the act was caught on camera.

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The Rochester Police Department posted the message below asking for help in identifying the individuals:

RPD is asking for the public's help identifying three suspects who damaged property at Quarry Hill Nature Center. Surveillance video shows two males and a female vandalizing the Prairie House and immediate area the night of September 24. The letters B.W. and A.T. were spray-painted in one spot. All three suspects arrived in a vehicle around 9:15 and left shortly after 11:00. If you can help identify these individuals, please contact Investigator Jacobson at 507-328-2735. - City of Rochester, MN Police Department

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If you recognize the individuals in the photos, please reach out to Investigator Jacobson at 507-358-2735.

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