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NEW: Austin police searching for UT frat house vandals


Austin police are seeking public help in identifying three suspects who painted graffiti on several University of Texas fraternity houses on Wednesday morning.

According to police, the suspects vandalized the Kappa Alpha fraternity house at 2515 Leon St. around 4:50 a.m., and hit the Kappa Sigma, Pi Kappa Alpha and Phi Gamma Delta fraternity houses.

READ MORE: Four UT fraternities hit with graffiti, student newspaper reports

Surveillance cameras set up at the Kappa Sigma house at 1002 W. 26th Street shows the suspects approach the house with their faces covered and spray paint in several areas.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 512-974-5320.


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