Police seek vandal who targeted Las Vegas LGBTQ center

This is a screenshot of an security camera video released by the Les Vegas Metropolitan Police Department of the vandal who painted a slur in black letters on the glass doors of the LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada.

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Authorities are searching for a suspect who vandalized a Las Vegas community center serving gay, lesbian and transgender people.

Las Vegas police say a man spray-painted a homophobic slur in black letters on the glass doors of the LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada on Thursday morning.

Investigators say two surveillance videos show the suspect using a spray can and also interacting with another man.

The suspect is described as white and 5-foot-9. He is dressed in a black shirt, black pants and dark shoes.

The second man, who has been deemed a person of interest, is also the same height and dressed in a black hoodie, brown pants and a camouflage baseball cap.

Both appear to be between the age of 20 and 25.

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