LANSING, MICH. - A building with numerous signs and posters supporting Donald Trump displayed in its front windows was the target of apparent vandalism overnight.
Someone smashed a window and a glass door and spray-painted vulgar anti-Trump graffiti on the building at 1500 East Michigan Avenue, Lansing police said. Officers were called to the building at about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.
The building has several large signs and a cardboard cutout of the presidential nominee visible through large windows. Other signs direct people who want campaign signs to Trump's Lansing campaign headquarters, at 2819 East Saginaw Street.
It is unclear whether the building is affiliated with the campaign.
A property management company is based in the building, according to the company's website.
Calls made to the company and Trump's Lansing campaign headquarters were not immediately returned.
Lansing State Journal