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.