NY Homeland Security Office Vandalized With ‘No Walls No Borders’ Message

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A Department of Homeland Security office in Albany, New York was vandalized by someone who wants ICE abolished and for the country’s borders to be completely open on Friday, July 6.

The perpetrator spray painted “No walls no borders” and “close every concentration camp” on the building, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement official confirmed to The Daily Caller. There were signs taped up on the building and on the signs outside the office.

Breitbart News first reported the vandalism.

There was also a list of demands posted outside the office, that included opening the borders and providing amnesty.

No arrests have been made in connection to the vandalism, according to Anita R. Moore, a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services spokesperson. (RELATED: ‘ABOLISH ICE’: Vandals Throw Brick Through Window Of GOP Office, Leave Graffiti Message)

Many Democrats have recently called on ICE to be abolished. Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten Gillibrand, among others, have said that the agency is no longer doing what its intended purpose was and thus should be closed. (RELATED: Kirsten Gillibrand: First Senator To Call For ICE To Be Abolished)