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Police in Western Australia were called to a property in Perth after a property owner noticed 'explicit images' had been imprinted into the ground.
They've since published an image of the man they believe to be the culprit and are now hunting for them to make themselves known.
Western Australia Police have released a statement, saying: "At approximately 4.50pm on Monday 30 November 2020 a man has caused damage to the ground on Murray Street in Perth.
"The man has appeared to spin the wheels of an electric bicycle in order to draw explicit images with the rubber from the tyres. This has resulted in multiple images drawn on to the ground.
"Police have released a CCTV image of two men who they believe may be able to assist them with their investigation.
"The man is described as: olive skin, thin to average build, with short black hair. He wore a black business jacket, white business shirt, light blue jeans and grey running shoes.
"If you have any information about the identity of these men or details of this offence please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000."
Western Australia Police have asked their many Facebook followers if they can help them track down the culprit. The request has since gone viral on social media as people seem confused by the crime, as well as the hunt for the bloke.
One person said: "He will go down in Australian infamy along with Ned Kelly. Men will sing songs about him, women will swoon upon the regaling of his story."
Another wrote: "I guess the Sharpie just didn't cut it huh? Upgraded to an e-bike for skid d***s."
A third added: "Anyone who turns this bloke in is a bum."
The hunt continues.
Featured Image Credit: Western Australia Police
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