Donald Trump's campaign headquarters in Littleton, Massachusetts, was vandalized with graffiti, police said.
Saturday morning, a woman told police about the vandalism. According to police, the word "pig" was spray-painted on the windows, along with "vulgar and sexual references and references to Trump as a nazi [sic]."
Investigators are reviewing surveillance footage to determine who is responsible.
"People have a right to express their views and disagreements, but the line is drawn at criminal behavior and vandalism," Littleton Police Chief Matthew King said in a statement. "Littleton is an accepting place full of people who coexist regardless of each other's political ideology. I speak for the entire community in my strong condemnation of these acts, and I promise a full and thorough investigation.
"The Conant Building is a historic building, and it is absolutely disgraceful that anyone would vandalize it simply because of their political beliefs or their disagreement with a political figure or party," said Chairman Jim Karr of the Littleton Board of Selectmen.
Anyone with information is asked to call (978) 540-2300.