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Fort Wayne police believe these men could be responsible for vandalizing the corridor connecting the Embassy Theatre and the Indiana Hotel.

Police seeking IDs of Embassy suspects

Fort Wayne police released photos Tuesday of two men they believe could be responsible for vandalizing the corridor connecting the Embassy Theatre and the Indiana Hotel.

Storm windows and frames were broken, and a nearby wall was damaged when one of the windows was slammed into it, police said.

The damage was discovered in an area that was accessible to the public only between the hours of 5 and 9 p.m. Dec. 26, police said.

The two men in the photographs are white and appeared to be wearing hats, long-sleeved shirts or sweatshirts and long pants.

At least one of the men appeared to be carrying a backpack.

Anyone with information about the men is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 436-7867 or city police at 427-1222.

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