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Crime Suspect who vandalized businesses in Milpitas and San Jose identified

Suspect who vandalized businesses in Milpitas and San Jose identified

The Milpitas Police Department (MPD) has reached out to the public for help with locating a vandalism suspect…

Working with San Jose Police Department detectives, MPD detectives have singled out Milpitas’ Tai Van Trinh (age 42) for a crime committed on April 22. 

“Based on the preliminary investigation, there is no indication these incidents are hate motivated,” read a statement from the Milpitas Police Department.

Trinh is suspected to have vandalized 3 businesses here in Milpitas (on the 200 block of W. Calaveras Blvd.) and 5 businesses in San Jose, which are Asian-owned. As of now, his whereabouts are unknown. Police believe the suspect drives a black 2004 Toyota Tacoma, plate number HZM3285.  

Got more info? Call the MPD openly (408-586-2400) or anonymously (408-586-2500), or write in through their website: http://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov/crimetip

 

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Eric Shapiro
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