Excerpt From: CBS North Carolina.
Two women wanted for questioning were cleared by police Monday after several businesses in Boone were hit with graffiti over the weekend.
Boone Police Chief Dana Crawford said in a news release Saturday night that the graffiti was found in several locations.
Graffiti was also spray-painted on a parked police car. The vandalism included anti-President Trump and anti-police messages as well as the words “Black Lives Matter.”
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Vandals also hit an Earth Fare grocery store, where “Neoliberalism!!” was spray-painted in large letters. A store front window was also spray-painted with “Ruled by White Supremacy.”