YUBA CITY (CBS13) — A Yuba City business’ Black Lives Matter signs have been vandalized for the second time in a week.

Police were already investigating the first incident at Porky’s Barbecue as a possible hate crime.

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The owners started displaying BLM signs during the George Floyd movement. But, on Wednesday, the owners found that someone had covered the signs with blue paint. A “thin blue line” flag was also stapled to their building.

“When they start painting the windows, the next thing to do is to firebomb it,” Samuel Thompson said.

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Just a day after cleaning up the vandalism, however, the owners discovered that their windows had again been covered in paint.

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Yuba City police have said they are increasing patrols in the area and will be looking at surveillance cameras to try and identify any possible suspects.