State College Police Identify Two Suspects in Anti-Semitic Vandalism
State College Police have identified two suspects wanted for the recent vandalism spree at two Penn State fraternities.
The two men will be charged in the next few days.
The pair is facing a number of charges including ethnic intimidation, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
The suspects were allegedly involved in an incident last month in which twelve cars outside the Beta Sigma Beta and Delta Sigma Phi fraternities were spray painted with KKK symbols and swastikas.
Most of images were directed at Beta Sigma Beta, a traditionally Jewish fraternity.
The names of the two men will not be released until they are formally charged. Police say they identified them through tips from the public.