AUSTIN (KXAN) - The Department of Public Safety is taking a bad situation and turning it into a better situation when it comes to the drivers license office on North Lamar Boulevard, which was vandalized last month.
While DPS is waiting for new equipment to come in, they decided to do some much-needed renovations and upgrades to the building.
The office is expected to reopen in late fall.
Kenneth James Vanlue, 40, is still in the Travis County Jail on charges of burglary of a building and criminal mischief.
On April 3, Vanlue told authorities he broke into the building, wrote on the wall with feces and damaged equipment.
Officials said there is no evidence that sensitive information was compromised.
Customers are urged to go to the Pflugerville Mega Center at 216 E. Wells Branch Parkway in Pflugerville is available as well as other DPS locations.
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