ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- Vandals have spray-painted 60 city vehicles in Orlando, Fla., some with messages against Sen. Barack Obama.
The cars were parked across from city hall late Saturday night. Investigators say the culprits tagged notes such as "Obama smokes crack" and a racial epithet. They even left business cards on each vehicle.
Mike Lowe, a videographer working for The Associated Press, first told police about the damage. He saw three cars with anti-Obama messages, while the others were just heavily painted.
The business cards disparage both Obama and Sen. John McCain but have messages of support for Sen. Hillary Clinton.
Police also found that many of the vehicles had open gas tanks.
Orlando police are investigating.
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