Video released of construction site vandalism on Myrtle Avenue in Bushwick

A man was caught on surveillance video defacing public property in Brooklyn. Police say the suspect climbed a fence to a construction site on Myrtle

A man was caught on surviellance video defacing

A man was caught on surviellance video defacing public property in Brooklyn.

BUSHWICK - A man was caught on surveillance video defacing public property in Brooklyn.

Police say the suspect climbed a fence to a construction site on Myrtle Avenue in Bushwick, where he wrote "die yuppies" and drew a swastika into wet cement. 

Police say a surveillance camera right above the construction area captured the vandal's actions on tape.

They describe the suspect as being 5'11'' weighing around 150 pounds and having long hair.

Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers hotline at 800-577-TIPS.

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