Two East Naples, Florida, homes were vandalized by a man on a bicycle with a can of spray paint and a disdain for former President Trump.
Surveillance footage taken of the two homes owned by Trump supporters shows the vandal riding down a sidewalk with a bright flashing light mounted on the back of the seat.
The man, according to police reports, is Caucasian, is 6 feet 3 inches tall, weighs 200 pounds, is between the ages of 50 and 55, and has a brown and gray crew cut.
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At one point, the man pulls over, gets off his bike, and walks toward a property with a can of spray paint. He then shakes the can, leans over, and sprays the words “Lock Trump Up” on the property’s lawn.
The man returned to his bike before heading to a Trump banner in a front yard garden and spray painting over the text, then approached a car on the property.
After a while, the man gets back on his bike and drives off.
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Within an hour, the man reportedly used the spray paint to write “Lock Trump Up” on the grass, garage doors and flag.
Both owners reported the vandalism to the Collier County Sheriff’s Office.
One of the owners called the police at 8:30 am on November 12 to report the vandalism.
When the police arrived, a woman told them her husband had gone golfing earlier that morning and discovered that their garage door had been vandalized with the words “Lock Trump Up” written on it in white spray paint.
The woman said that she and her husband did not have a problem with anyone in the neighborhood.
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The second owner called police around 10:45 a.m. that same day and said an unknown person used white spray paint to write “Lock Trump Up” on his garage door and on his front lawn. He also said that his small Trump 2024 flag was painted on and that the incident occurred shortly after 11 p.m. on November 11.
Both owners plan to press charges once the man is found.
Police said the suspect was still on the loose Monday and, if caught, faces criminal mischief charges.