FOUNTAIN VALLEY (CBSLA.com) — Two 20-year-old men were in custody Saturday for allegedly vandalizing several stores in a Fountain Valley shopping center.

According to the Fountain Valley Police Department, officers conducted a patrol check around 1:06 a.m. Friday on a suspicious vehicle parked near the rear of GameStop, located in the 16100 block of Harbor Boulevard.

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As an officer approached the vehicle, two male suspects ran southbound through the parking lot, and headed towards the front of the business.

A preliminary investigation revealed that Joseph Navarro, 20, of Orange, and Johnny Martinez, 20, of Santa Ana, had spray painted multiple locations throughout the shopping center.

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Officers explained about 51 separate surfaces were tagged in the area.

Police were able to locate Navarro and Martinez in front of the business, and peacefully detained them.

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Both men were booked into the Orange County Jail on felony vandalism charges.