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Burien man cited for vandalizing Washington state capitol

OLYMPIA, Wash. — A Burien man was cited and released for reportedly vandalizing buildings at the state capitol early Saturday morning.

WSP Sgt. Darren Wright said about 1 a.m. Saturday, a male broke a large light fixture and a card reader at the Temple of Justice, which houses the Washington State Supreme Court. He also thrust a knife into the door at the Temple of Justice.

The suspect also vandalized the old General Administration building by breaking a fire panel and a card reader, then damaged the Helen Sommers building by vandalized a card reader and landscaping.

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