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Dodge Center, MN (KROC AM News) - The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an extensive vandalism case involving a home that featured a “Support Law Enforcement” sign in the yard.

According to a Facebook post by the victim, the vandalism at the home in Dodge Center happened between 1:30 - 4:00 AM Sunday.

The damage included anti-law enforcement messages that were spray-painted on a vehicle and garage door. A message was also gouged into the door and hood of another vehicle. Windows were also broken on the two vehicles and seats were slashed and spray painted.

Zebadiah Henaman is waiting for an insurance agent to determine the amount of damage. He discovered the vandalism when he got ready to go hunting. He has no idea who may have caused the damage.

Dodge County Sheriff Scott Rose says it is an open case.

Rose adds, “There are a number of homes in that area with SUPPORT LAW ENFORCEMENT signs, yet their home was the only one damaged.”

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