Police release photos of car, person in Syosset High School hate graffiti case

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Nassau County police released additional photos today of a car and another person in connection to hate graffiti found at Syosset High School in August.

School officials say a security guard found the graffiti early in the morning on Aug. 27. The graffiti included profanity, swastikas and the phrase ‘MS13’ on the back of the building and some of its windows.

READ MORE: Swastikas, gang graffiti found at Syosset High School

Police had previously released a photo of a white female in a mask. Today, they released a photo of a white Acura MDX with a partial plate of 9856.  According to the police release, it is being driven by a white female with blonde hair who picks up another white female with brunette hair before fleeing the scene.

New photos released by police also show a male with what appears to be a New York Giants hooded sweatshirt on school grounds.

READ MORE: Police release images of Syosset High School graffiti suspect

Police are asking anyone with information on the vandalism to call the Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS.

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