Nevertheless, officers have received more than 24 tips from callers about the man in video, which you can see here.
"We’re checking every call," said Southlake Officer Roderick Page, "but we haven’t been able to identify him.”
Police released the video and photographs of the man (right) to the news media, hoping someone would recognize him. The Sept. 5 incident caused $2,220 damage to the vehicle, which is owned by a student, police said.
Meanwhile, Page said, the “keying” of Hummers (like those shown above) and other vehicles has been a problem in the city for the past two years. In that time, about 24 vehicles have been targeted, he said.
Of those, 12 have been Hummers, Page said.
“The X’s have been used a few times and sometimes it’s just been a straight line,” Page said. “We’ve also had obscene words written on vehicles with a key.”
-- Staff Writer Domingo Ramirez Jr. reports.