Charleston police seek graffiti suspect

Detectives need help identifying the man pictured. He is suspected of vandalizing the Roper St. Francis Learning Center on Radcliffe Street.

Charleston police on Wednesday asked for help identifying a man accused of spray-painting graffiti at the Roper St. Francis Learning Center.

On May 9, the center’s manager told officers that a man pulled into the parking lot in a four-door sedan around 8 p.m. and spray-painted a wooden fence surrounding the nursery at 88 Radcliffe St.

Unintelligible black writing was found spanning 4 feet on a section of the fence near its gated entrance, police said.

Police released an image of a man with a slender build who spokesman Charles Francis said is a suspect in the case.

Anyone with information of the suspect can call police at 577-7434 or Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.