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Vehicles vandalized at Donald Trump rally in Bangor, Maine

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke to a captive audience Saturday in Bangor, Maine.
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke to a captive audience Saturday in Bangor, Maine.

Seventeen vehicles were vandalized at a campaign rally for Donald Trump Saturday afternoon in Bangor, Maine, police said.

The vehicles were spray with white paint in the upper parking lot of the Cross Insurance Center, according to police.

“An investigation is underway, and Bangor Police are seeking witnesses and reviewing video in order to find those responsible,” police said in a news release.

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Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call the Bangor Police Department at 207-947-7384, police said. Witnesses can also e-mail Detective Joel Nadeau at joel.nadeau@bangormaine.gov, police said.

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After the event Trump tweeted his thanks to the “fantastic crowds.”

Adam Sennott can be reached at adam.sennott@globe.com.