Sen. Kay Hagan's (D-N.C.) Greenville, North Carolina, office was targeted last week in a vandalism spree that left many downtown buildings spraypainted with swastikas and other Nazi insignia.
The phrases "Criminal Government," "What good is justice if the scales are bent" and "blind follow blind" were all marked in purple paint on Hagan's office and in the surrounding area on early Thursday morning. ThinkProgress points out that some of the tags appear to be from the song "Black Panther" by singer Mason Jennings.
The Greenville police say that the suspect is a white male with a thin build, and are encouraging viewers of the released surveillance video to help them turn up leads.
According to WITN news, the U.S. Capitol Police Department has been informed of the incident and is now working with Greenville Police.
WATCH the surveillance video:
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