Penn State Police said they have no suspects in the vandalism of the Lt. Michael P. Murphy/Penn State Veterans Plaza, Penn State Police Chief Tyrone Parham said.
The Veterans Plaza was vandalized Monday, after marks from bicycle tires were left on panels of the memorial, as previously reported. The marks appear on about three and a half panels to the right of the Greek writing, with a few lighter marks closer to the middle of the plaza.
Parham said that while there is no new investigative news since Monday, police are asking anyone who may have information on the vandalism to call Penn State Police at 814-863-1111.
Parham said that there was no surveillance system watching the Veteran’s Plaza.
After realizing the Veteran’s Plaza was vandalized, some Penn State student chipped in and helped clean it, as previously reported.
All the marks have yet to be cleaned off, Parham said.
“We are appalled and deeply disappointed by this act of vandalism at a monument to our nation’s bravest,” Parham said in a Penn State Live news release.