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14-year-old identified as suspect in Ottawa County vandalism case

Update: Deputies have identified a 14-year-old as the subject involved in the case.
Credit: Courtesy of Grand Haven Tribune
An Ottawa County Sheriff's Office cruiser.

GEORGETOWN TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Update, 6/10/2021:

On the evening of June 9, deputies identified a 14-year-old as the subject involved in the case. The juvenile was released to the custody of his parents and the case has been turned over to the Ottawa County Juvenile Court. 

Original story, 6/9/2021:

The Ottawa County Sheriff's Office is investigating multiple reports of graffiti on buildings from 20th Avenue to Cottonwood Drive, between Baldwin Street and Bauer Road in Georgetown Township.

Police say the vandalism happened overnight from Tuesday to Wednesday. A witness described a juvenile white male riding a bicycle, which police have named a possible suspect.

These incidents are under investigation and anyone with information is asked to contact the Ottawa County dispatch at 1-800-249-0911, the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office at 616-738-4000 or Silent Observer at 877-887-4536.

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