- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 13, 2014

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah (AP) - South Jordan police are looking for two teenagers suspected of causing thousands of dollars in damage by spray-painting obscene messages on model homes.

Officer Samuel Winkler says police found graffiti on at least 10 houses, one vehicle, pathway lights and parks in the development in Daybreak near 4700 West and 10600 South.

Winkler says no one is currently living in the model homes. He says the area is under construction and not well lit at night.

Police say surveillance video shows two white male teenagers, one with light-colored hair and another with dark hair, near one of the houses.

Winkler says the damage is significant enough that it could net felony charges with possible prison time.

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