PFPD: Do you know these people?

Treaty Rock Park

Post Falls police investigators are asking for the public's help in identifying two individuals who may have information regarding recent graffiti at Treaty Rock Park.

Anyone able to identify the persons in photos provided by the police department, or with information about the graffiti at the park, is asked to contact the department's detective division at (208) 773-3517.

Information can also be sent by text message to crime@pfpd.us. Those who wish to remain anonymous should visit the Post Falls Police Department's website, www.postfallspolice.com and follow the links.

If you are able to identify either of these individuals or have information regarding graffiti at Treaty Rock Park, please contact our Detective Division at the Post Falls Police Department - 208 773-3517. For your convenience you can text us information at crime@pfpd.us. If you would like to remain anonymous please go to our website at www.postfallspolice.com and follow the links there.

Treaty Rock Park

 

Treaty Rock Park

 

Treaty Rock Park

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