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Police Seek Help Identifying Pi Kappa Phi Vandals

by on April 27, 2015 2:19 PM


That's what State College police are trying to figure out in an expensive case of vandalism at the Pi Kappa Phi house on Fraternity Row, and they need your help.

Police say that a group of college-aged men repeatedly vandalized the fraternity house at 409 East Fairmount Avenue between March 15 and April 9.

Over the course of the crime spree, police say the vandals caused upwards of $5,000 worth of property damage.

A number of the suspects have already been identified, but police have released photos of the suspects they still need help tracking down.

Police ask anyone with information to call (814) 234-7150 or submit an anonymous tip through the police department website.

The Penn State Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi was suspended for at least three years in March after the Interfraternity Council became aware of allegations of hazing and other violations of IFC rules.


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