BETHLEHEM, Pa. — Police are looking for two men suspected of spreading feces on the walls, floors and ceiling of a restroom in a Pennsylvania supermarket.

Police say the men were recognized by store staff and caught on security cameras outside the restroom of the Wegman’s store that was vandalized on June 30 in Lower Nazareth Township.

Police believe the men have targeted other stores in the Northampton County area, and say they’ve not been able to speak with either man. They were seen on video surveillance emerging from the restroom at a time employees say nobody else was inside, about 2 a.m.

Police planned to charge the men with disorderly conduct and criminal mischief. The store is hoping to have them pay for the damage and cleanup.

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