Police in North Carolina are looking for a vandal who was caught on surveillance video spray-painting swastikas on the front of Sen. Kay Hagan's Greenville office.
Investigators made the footage public and are hoping viewers will help them identify the suspect.
Greenville Police said along with swastikas, the phrases "criminal government," "what good is justice if the scales are bent" and "blind follow blind" were scrawled Thursday in purple paint outside the Democrat's office and on other nearby buildings.
ThinkProgress pointed out that some of the graffiti appeared to be lyrics from the song "Black Panther" by folk singer Mason Jennings.
The U.S. Capitol Police Department is working with Greenville Police, according to WITN-TV.
Hagan's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment Monday.
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