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Nine cars vandalized with ‘Trump’ and ‘P–y grab” written in gold paint: NYPD

Jan. 23, 2017 Staff Report

Nearly a dozen cars were vandalized in Elmhurst last night with graffiti referencing President Donald Trump, police said.

According to police, 11 cars were discovered vandalized around 3 a.m. this morning outside of 86-16 60th Avenue, near Van Horn Street.

Nine of the vehicles were spray painted with gold paint, reading, “Trump” and “P—y grab.” Another two vehicles had damaged side view mirrors, according to police.

The vandalism is under investigation, and police said there are no suspects at this time.

Jewish Reporter was first to cover the story.

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Or right wing thugs aiming to cause trouble. How is defacing cars an anti-Trump action? makes no sense.

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