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Police in Madison, Wisconsin, say anti-Trump slogans were found spray-painted on a pickup truck that was engulfed in flames last week, WKOW reported.

The incident report says that passersby called in the fire in just before midnight on Friday night.

The Madison Police Department was able to make contact with the 27-year-old owner of the Dodge Ram.

The man had been at a holiday party when the fire was called in.

He told the police that he didn't know who would want to damage his truck, and he said that he had not been involved in any heated political discussions at the party he attended.

The case has been referred to the Madison Fire Department for further investigation, MPD spokesperson Joel DeSpain said.

Anyone with information is being asked to call Madison Area Crime Stoppers at (608) 266-6014.

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