SAN FRANCISCO (KRON)- Surveillance video of a man setting a mural on fire in San Francisco has been released .
According to San Francisco Police, the incident occurred on June 29 at 11:10 p.m on the corner of 24th and Bryant Street.
The mural belongs to the Galleria De La Raza.
The man, described as 6’0 ft. tall weighing about 190 pounds, was last seen running south on Bryant Street wearing a black sweatshirt and pants.
He was also wearing white tennis shoes and gloves with a black cloth that covered the lower half of his face.
SFPD encourages anyone with any information to call their Anonymous Tip Line at 415-575-4444. Sergeant Pete Shields, the Lead Investigator of the Special Investigations Division can also be reached at 415-553-1133.