The graffiti artist didn’t seem to notice the surveillance camera, but it caught him with his shorts sagging as he penned on a wall with a marker in one hand and his cellphone in the other.
Puyallup police shared three images of the tagger Friday, hoping someone will be able to identify him.
The man is suspected of tagging a wall along Riverwalk Trail near Mama Stortini’s restaurant Aug. 10 but he may be “responsible for much, much more,” police said.
He was shirtless with camouflage shorts sagging below black boxer briefs. He was also wearing a cream-colored ball cap with a black brim, white belt and white tennis shoes.
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