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OKC police release photos of woman wanted for questioning in racist, homophobic graffiti incidents

Oklahoma City police are looking to question a woman after racist and homophobic graffiti was found at two Oklahoma City buildings Thursday. [Provided by the Oklahoma City Police Department]
Oklahoma City police are looking to question a woman after racist and homophobic graffiti was found at two Oklahoma City buildings Thursday. [Provided by the Oklahoma City Police Department]

Oklahoma City police said they are looking to question a woman in connection with racist and homophobic graffiti found at two Oklahoma City buildings.

Still images of the woman released Thursday evening are from surveillance video at one of the buildings and appear to show a white woman wearing a purple long-sleeved shirt and spray painting a glass door.

Police were notified about the graffiti about 6:30 a.m. Thursday morning at a building in the 3700 block of Classen Boulevard that houses the offices of the Oklahoma Democratic Party.

Similar graffiti was also found at a second building, the Oklahoma City office of the Chickasaw Nation. The building is next to the offices of the Oklahoma Republican Party.

Police said the two incidents are connected.

Anyone who recognizes the woman is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 235-7300 or submit a tip online at www.okccrimetips.com.

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Oklahoma City police are looking to question a woman in connection after racist and homophobic graffiti was found at two Oklahoma City buildings Thursday. [Provided by the Oklahoma City Police Department]

Oklahoma City police are looking to question a woman in connection after racist and homophobic graffiti was found at two Oklahoma City buildings Thursday. [Provided by the Oklahoma City Police Department]

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