Nazi and racist graffiti found at second Democratic office in Oklahoma

A second Democratic office in Oklahoma was vandalized Tuesday with racist and Nazi graffiti and police say the suspect is the same woman accused of vandalizing the state’s Democratic Party Headquarters and the Chickasaw Nation office with Nazi and anti-gay language last week, according to NBC News.

The Norman Police Department released surveillance video of the incident that captured what appeared to be the same woman from the incident last week.


Police say the same suspect vandalized the Cleveland County Democratic Party offices, the McKinley Elementary School and the Firehouse Arts Center, all located near each other and found with similar graffiti.

The red and black graffiti was found Wednesday spray-painted on the windows and sidewalk of the county Democratic Party headquarters.

Hateful imagery and messages included slurs against Asian-Americans and Arabs, support for President TrumpDonald TrumpHouse votes to condemn Chinese government over Hong Kong Former Vice President Walter Mondale dies at age 93 White House readies for Chauvin verdict MORE's re-election campaign and the eyes of a statue outside the arts center painted over with swastikas.

“Bigotry and hate have no place in our communities. The Oklahoma Democratic Party is disgusted by these cowardly attacks of hatred. We must send a message that racism will not be tolerated in our communities and take a stand against those fanning the flames of nationalism and bigotry,” the Oklahoma Democratic Party wrote in a statement.

Norman Police are working in connection with Oklahoma City Police, though so far no arrests have been made.