|The Ottawa Police Service is seeking public assistance in identifying two suspects involved in an act of vandalism at the Canadian War Museum. In the early morning hours of August 27, 2012, two males attended the Canadian War Museum, located at 1 Vimy Place. They arrived in separate 4 door dark coloured vehicles. (Submitted photo)
OTTAWA — With less than a month to go before Remembrance Day, cops have just revealed they're investigating a summertime graffiti attack at the Canadian War Museum that included a spray-painted swastika.
Investigators have photos and descriptions of the two suspects.
The vandalism happened in the early morning hours of Aug. 27. Police say the two men arrived in separate four-door, dark-coloured cars.
Police say they went to the back of the museum and spray-painted a swastika and an offensive message on a Royal Canadian Air Force airplane.
The first suspect is described as having light brown skin, about 6-feet tall, with short dark hair. The second second suspect is white, about 5-foot-10, with short dark hair.
Both men were wearing T-shirts with front logos, and jeans.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 613-236-8477(TIPS).