VIDEO: Green Bay Police look for person vandalizing Trump sign

Trump sign vandalism
(Screenshot from video provided by Green Bay Police Dept.)

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Green Bay police are looking for the person caught on video vandalizing a Trump presidential campaign sign, and says it has other complaints of political signs being damaged or stolen in Green Bay.

Police say the Trump sign in the video was damaged repeatedly, leading the homeowner to put up a security camera. The person attempting to damage the sign approaches it in spite of lawn sprinklers saturating their path.

The homeowner, Adam L. Simpson, tells Action 2 News the vandal then destroyed his lights and sprinklers.

Police are asking people to be respectful toward other peoples’ property, and reminding everyone that damaging or stealing property could cost you from $376 to $691 in municipal fines.

Anyone with information about people stealing or damaging campaign signs are encouraged to call police. You can also give a tip anonymously to CrimeStoppers online, by calling 432-STOP, or texting to 274637 the word GBTIP followed your message.