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Owner Of Metro Food Truck Pressing Charges For Vandalism

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A vandal was caught on camera defacing a metro food truck. 

Police have not identified the suspect who stripped away the image on the "Babalu," food truck, but the truck's owner said he believes he knows who the suspect is. 

In the security footage, viewers can see what appears to be a white, blonde male wearing a blue shirt rip the vinyl decals from the truck. 

The owner told police the truck is typically parked near Northwest Grand Boulevard and May Avenue and was vandalized on July 7. He told police he received notifications on his phone from the ring cameras, signaling movement. The owner estimates the damage to the truck around $3,000.

The victim told police he believes the suspect is a person he hired three years ago to wrap the food truck and place vinyls on it. The owner stated he has not seen or heard from the suspect in 18 months. 

The owner pressed charges against the suspect for destruction of private property. 

No arrests have been made.

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