Graffiti found on UPS store in Seattle after protest

SEATTLE (AP) — A message in support of the U.S. Postal Service was found scrawled on a UPS store in Seattle after a recent protest. The Seattle Times reports the graffiti on the store’s front doors read “support the USPS” and comes amid cuts at the federal agency. Two windows were also found broken at the UPS store and another at a T-Mobile store after about 100 protesters walked Friday through the Capitol Hill neighborhood. A Seattle UPS employee said targeting their family owned franchise isn’t the way to support the Postal Service.