GEORGIA: Police, FBI need help identifying suspect who painted “London Justice” on mosque sign

This composite sketch was released by the FBI and Alpharetta police as the man believed to have painted words on an Islamic Center of North Fulton sign. 

4-viI dunno, he’s got a beard and a rag on his head, looks like a Muslim to me.


Alpharetta Patch  The FBI and Alpharetta police want the public’s help in finding the person who defaced the Islamic Center of North Fulton, located off Rucker Road in Alpharetta. FBI Special Agent in Charge Mark F. Giuliano, along with Gary D. George, director of the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety, made the request while releasing a sketch of the suspect today, June 6.

130528065821_London-Justice-paintOn Monday, May 27, at approximately 12:15 a.m., officers of the Alpharetta Police Department responded to a call at the Islamic Center of North Fulton at 1265 Rucker Road, Alpharetta.  They discovered an Islamic Center sign had been painted with the words, “London Justice” and “Where Is Justice”.

Witnesses said they saw a man with a paint bucket and paint brush at the scene, and described him as a white male who was approximately 50-60 years old.  A Georgia Bureau of Investigation artist provided composite sketch of the suspect, based on those witness descriptions. The sketch accompanies this article and is being made available to assist in identifying the man.

The FBI and Alpharetta police are jointly investigating this incident. If you have any information, contact the FBI at (404) 679-9000 or Alpharetta police at (678) 297-6375.