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Suspect Charged In Sante Fe Building Defacing

A person is in custody in connection with the defacing of Amarillo's Santa Fe building. 

The suspect is being held at the Potter County Detention Center and has been charged with a state felony offense and four other felonies for related incidences.

Officials are not releasing details on the suspect at this time. We will continue to monitor this situation and we will bring you new information as it becomes available.

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