QUEENS — A string of cars were vandalized with golden Trump graffiti in Queens early Monday morning — including a white Bentley with "P---y Grab" scrawled on the side, police said.
The incident, which took place at 86-16 60th Ave., near Van Horn Street, in Elmhurst, on the border of Rego Park, was reported around 3 a.m. Monday, officials said.
Vandals used gold spray paint to tag up nine cars with the words “Trump” and "P---y Grab." The Bentley's driver's side hubcap was also sprayed gold, and its brake lights were smashed and the side of the car was scratched, police said.
The word "Trump" was spray painted on a gray minivan, and a red truck had a gold circle painted on it.
Many had been moved by Monday afternoon. Many also had broken mirrors and lights.
Rubel Ahmed, 55, lives in The Caroline Gardens, a building close to the vandalized cars. His car, a taxi cab, wasn't vandalized, but he was disturbed by the incident.
"I don't know what's going on," he said. "I've lived here 10 years, and nothing like this has ever happened before."
Police were searching for surveillance videos from nearby buildings as part of the investigation.
The story was first tweeted by the Jewish Reporter.
A dozen vehicles were vandalized over the weekend in the @NYPD112Pct with anti trump graffiti, police sources say.— Jewish Reporter (@JewishReporter) January 23, 2017