Vandal writes apology letter for anti-Trump graffiti message on Wisconsin middle school
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NEENAH, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A person who committed a politically-motivated act of vandalism, apparently wrote letters to apologize for it. They even left money to pay for the damage.
On Jan. 6, an anti-Trump message was discovered on the outside of a middle school in Neenah -- one day after the riots at the U.S. Capitol. Letters were later dropped off at a church at at the mayor's office. The person who allegedly wrote them admitted to damaging the school.
They said he or she was upset about President Donald Trump, accusing him of inciting last week's chaos.
The letters said, "I lashed out at the wrong building. I am a good person. Please forgive me."
The letter says $400 enclosed to "offset things."
Police say the person responsible still needs to come forward.