In five separate incidents over approximately a two-week period, garage doors and vehicles were spray-painted, property was stolen and yard signs were destroyed.
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — The FBI’s Seattle Field Office is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of one or more suspects following vandalism of five properties in the same Spokane Valley neighborhood.
In five separate incidents over approximately a two-week period in September, garage doors and vehicles were spray-painted, property was stolen and yard signs were destroyed, according to the FBI. Both the FBI and Spokane County Sheriff’s Office have said that the vandalism may be “politically motivated.”
One of the victims previously reported to the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office that a sign supporting President Donald Trump was stolen and their garage doors were spray-painted with the phrases “F— Trump” and “BLM,” Corporal Mark Gregory said.
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Gregory said a sealed glass salsa jar filled with a clear liquid and a note was also left on the victim’s front porch. The note asked, “Do you…