Suwanee school vandalized with pro-Trump graffiti

A Gwinnett County high school was vandalized overnight by people claiming to support President-elect Donald Trump. 
Gwinnett County Schools spokesperson Sloan Roach said graffiti was spray painted on Collins Hill High School in Suwanee and there was some banners inside the stadium that were also torn down. 
The graffiti, which was primarily on the back side of the building, was sprayed on the sidewalk, signage and on five trailers, she said.
Crews quickly painted over the messages, but not before it was seen by parents and students. 
A parent told FOX 5 the graffiti was very vulgar and offensive and included a swastika and the word "Trump."
Roach said school officials are reviewing video footage and a school resource officer is investigating the incident. 
“Our goal is to find out who is behind this damage and prosecute them,” she said. “We will not tolerate this kind of behavior.”
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