By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A parolee has been arrested on suspicion of vandalizing several cars and a building in Venice, according to the LAPD.

(credit: LAPD)

Roland Morrow, 48, was arrested Monday after being identified to police by several witnesses and victims.

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Police say Morrow terrorized residents and businesses near Lincoln Boulevard, Rose Avenue, Flower Avenue, and Vernon Avenue last weekend by using a folding knife to slash the tires of several parked vehicle, and threw a brick at a window, which shattered. He was seen leaving the area on a bicycle.

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Damage caused during the rampage was estimated in the thousands of dollars, police said.

Morrow was described as a 6-foot-5, 220-pound Black man. He is being held without bail due to an unrelated parole warrant.

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Anyone with more information about Morrow or any other incidents involving him can call Pacific Area Auto Detective Carlos Carias at (310) 482-6420 or email 35790@lapd.online, or Detective Kathleen Roditis at (310) 482-6367.