TULSA, Okla. — Quick facts:
- Someone reportedly vandalized a Tulsa equality center.
- Video appears to show a white, four-door pickup.
- Someone reportedly yelled inside the center's door Monday afternoon that he wished those inside were dead.
- An investigation is underway.
Police are investigating after someone reportedly vandalized Tulsa's own Dennis R. Neill Equality center Monday morning.
Toby Jenkins, executive director at the center, says he arrived around 8 a.m. Monday to find a window and door riddled with holes.
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Video footage appears to show a white, four-door pickup pull up around 12:30 a.m. before someone vandalized the center
WATCH: The equality center released the surveillance video
Because the center has protective glass, the windows stayed in place.
Jenkins says the property in downtown Tulsa had never before been vandalized in their 12 years there.
He says that someone yelled inside the center's door Monday afternoon saying he wished those inside were dead.
Jenkins says people at the center are shocked, and he is working to make sure volunteers and staff feel safe.
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