(Fox News) – An Indiana Republican Party office was vandalized last week after someone tossed two bricks through the window, officials said Monday.
Signs for presidential nominee Donald Trump and Rep. Todd Young were hanging in the window of the Delaware County office on Oct. 8 when the landscaping bricks were tossed through the glass, officials said in a Facebook post.
Officials said it would cost about $1,200 to replace the window and those interested in helping out with the cost could donate online.
Delaware County Sheriff Ray Dudley said that there have been numerous reports of campaign signs being stolen from yards in Yorktown and Mount Pleasant Township, according to Fox 59.
Dudley added that the reports were being taken seriously and that removing signs from homeowners’ yards could call for prosecution under the Indiana criminal code.
The news of the Delaware County Republican office being trashed comes days after a Republican headquarters in North Carolina was firebombed.