AUSTIN (KXAN) - Several weeks after vandals spray-painted Texas A&M logos around The University of Texas, campus police say they may have security camera video of the culprits.
UTPD has also posted photos of the suspects, who appear to be carrying spray cans, on their Facebook page for the public to view.
Officers say people spray-painted phrases like "Gig-Em", "Aggies", and the Texas A&M logo on the UT tower and several nearby buildings on Oct. 27.
Since then, the grafitti has been cleaned up.
Police have not identified the two men in the images -- but hope the public can help. Anyone who recognizes them is asked to call 512-471-4441.
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