2 University of Michigan students responsible for graffiti at Ann Arbor Jewish center, police say

ANN ARBOR – Two University of Michigan students have been identified as suspects in connection with graffiti found on the sidewalk in front of the Jewish Resource Center in Ann Arbor, police announced in a news release Tuesday.

The incident took place shortly after 5 p.m. on Aug. 22 in front of the center, 1335 Hill St.

Ann Arbor police released surveillance video of the incident on Aug. 25 to help identify the suspects.

The male suspect is believed to be responsible for spraypainting male genitalia as well as a homophobic slur, while the female spraypainted her initials, according to the Ann Arbor Police Department.

Police did not release the names of the suspects.

Because the Jewish Resource Center has decided not to press charges, the case has been closed, police said.

A Freedom of Information Act request for the police report has been filed by MLive/The Ann Arbor News.

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