PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Authorities have arrested a man accused of vandalizing two SEPTA police vehicles in North Philadelphia.

SEPTA officials say 20-year-old Dorian Murray spray-painted the side of two patrol vehicles early Saturday morning while they were parked at District 7 headquarters at Broad and Glenwood Streets.

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Following the discovery of the graffiti, Chief Thomas Nestel tweeted the photos saying, “I’m told graffiti is a cry for attention. The cry worked. Somebody will now be getting my undivided attention.”

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That somebody turned out to be Murray, who is now facing several charges, including Institutional Vandalism and Criminal Mischief.

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