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Cops seek man who wrote racist graffiti on Mastic tire company

A surveillance image released by the Suffolk County

A surveillance image released by the Suffolk County Police Department shows the suspect in the writing of racist graffiti on a Mastic business. Credit: Suffolk County Police

A reward will be paid to anyone whose information leads to the arrest of a man who "wrote racially insensitive wording against Black and Hispanic people" on a Mastic tire company on March 12, Suffolk police said on Tuesday.

The video of the approximately 8:45 p.m. defacing of the garage door at AIA Tire Center, located at 1641 Montauk Highway, by the man clad in a light-colored jacket, pants and a cap, can be seen on the Suffolk County Police Department's YouTube page.

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