OLYMPIA, Wash. - Police are investigating vandalism and a threat left at the offices of the Washington Contract Loggers Association in Olympia.
The spray-painted threat -- "You're never safe. Go log in Hell" -- was discovered at the building in the 2400 block of Pacific Avenue on Tuesday morning.
Jerry Bonagofsky, the group's CEO, said it was a case of "domestic terrorism" and that the threat won't stop the group from representing loggers in Washington state.
Some of the building's windows were shattered.
The Olympia Police Department told KIRO 7 Eyewitness News South Sound Bureau Chief Richard Thompson it is taking the threat seriously. There are no suspects.
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