The Seattle Times reported:
Vandals broke nearly all the windows and the ATM screen of a US Bank branch in North Seattle early Saturday morning and spray-painted the words, “REVENGE FOR OCCUPY OAKLAND,” on the bank’s brick wall, Seattle police reported.
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The bank was closed while workers replaced shattered glass windows and removed the graffiti from the bank in the 1000 block of Northeast 63rd Street, Seattle Times reporter Brian Rosenthal said from the scene. Police estimated damage in the tens of thousands of dollars. The incident occurred around 2:50 a.m.
The spray-painted message may have been a reference to an Oct. 25 incident in Oakland, Calif., in which police raided the Occupy Oakland encampment with tear gas and bean-bag projectiles and arrested more than 80 people.