ORANGE COUNTY, N.C. (FOX News) - A Republican party headquarters in North Carolina was firebombed and a nearby building was vandalized and those responsible were still on the loose, authorities said Sunday.
The Charlotte Observer reported that the inside of the Orange County Republican Party headquarters in Hillsborough was severely damaged from the attack Saturday and an adjacent building was marked with spray pained graffiti reading "Nazi Republicans get out of town or else." No one was injured.
"The office itself is a total loss," state GOP Executive Director Dallas Woodhouse said. "The only thing important to us is that nobody was killed, and they very well could have been."
He said Republican offices around the state were re-examining their security.
The walls over the multi-room office were covered in black char, and a couch against a wall had been burned down to its springs. Shattered glass covered the floor, and a melted campaign yard signs showed warped lettering. According to WNCN-TV, a bottle of flammable liquid was thrown through the front window of the office.
The violent act in the key battleground state was condemned by public figures across the political spectrum.
Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump weighed in on the incident on his Twitter page Sunday:
Democratic Presidential Nominee condemned the attack on her Twitter page: