Transcript for North Carolina GOP Office Hit by Suspected Firebomb
Now to the race for the white house and the attack on a Republican office in north Carolina. The local head quarters fire-bombed. And a nearby building spray-painted. Steve osunsami is in Raleigh, North Carolina, as authorities search for who is responsible. Good morning, Steve. Reporter: Good morning to you, robin. Authorities are here this morning trying to figure out who did this. There are all sorts of suggestions. The good thing is no one was hurt. Police believe someone threw a bot wl flammable material through the front window of the Orange county Republican party head quarters sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning. The fire inside burned furniture and caused smoke damage but went out on its own. This is a horrific, horrific act of political terrorism. Reporter: This is, of course, a key swing state in the presidential election where polls show the race is tight. Republican candidate responded on Twitter immediately saying animals, representing Hillary Clinton and DEMs in north Carolina, just fire-bombed our office in Orange county because we're winning. Police say there is no evidence that whoever did this represented the democratic nominee, who condemned the attack. We have a lot of cleanup to do. Reporter: They're cleaning up graffiti that was next door. Or else what? Because we're not going anywhere. Reporter: The graffiti was sprayed on the other side of the building. The Democrats are raising money for the workers here. In a few short hours, they have raised $13,000 online. The latest now from Donald
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