Sen. Capito's West Virginia office vandalized

Sen. Capito's West Virginia office vandalized
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The office of Sen. Shelley Moore CapitoShelley Wellons Moore CapitoSenate GOP battles for leverage with House on spending Lawmakers, media team up for charity tennis event The Hill's Morning Report — Trump picks new fight with law enforcement, intelligence community MORE (R-W.Va.) was vandalized with spray-painted expletives, police have confirmed. 

The Morgantown Police Department confirmed to WDTV that officers responded to reports of the vandalism at the senator's office late Sunday morning.

A police report was filed after black spray-painted letters were found on the building Sunday morning, reading "f--- Capito, f--- Capital." The graffiti was reportedly placed there between midnight and 9 a.m. on Sunday. 

The owner of the office's building, who was unaware of the graffiti before being notified by police, has since removed the offensive language. 

Capito represents a state President Trump won by a large margin in the 2016 presidential election.