Police are looking for the vandals who spray-painted hate graffiti on the wall of a busy Tampa Bay-area road.
Brandon resident Cat D’Alessandro told ABC Action News when she saw the words “Black Power” and “Kill White People” along the well-traveled Gornto Lake Road, she was disgusted.
The hate messages were covered up by work crews, after D’Alessandro bought her own paint cans to help Hillsborough County deputies cover it up.
Police are not sure who did this, but it appears the same people may be responsible for vandalism that occurred less than 10 minutes away. Some of the residents at a trailer park community –who are Donald Trump supporters– were clearly targeted.
“Black Lives Matter” was spray-painted all over the outside of their house.
“Yeah I’m pissed off, very pissed, because this just ruined our paint job and it makes our neighborhood look like trash now,” Stacy Hatfield said.
“There’s a way to protest and a way not to protest,” D’Alessandro said.
“It makes me sad that it’s gotten to this much hate when we really should love and care about each other,” she added.
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