(CNN)Police sayUS Supreme Court rulingVirginia Pregnancy Center after Friday is overturned We are investigating the vandalism of. Roe v. Wade, they said.
Lynchburg police answered a phone call for property damage at the Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center on Saturday morning. There, police officers found that the building was sprayed with graffiti and several broken windows were broken.
The phrase "If abortion is not safe, you are not safe" was found spray-painted red near the entrance to the center. A picture of the police shows.
"Closed camera footage shows four masked individuals doing the act," police release said. Police said the investigation into the case was underway.
This act was discovered the day after the Supreme Court's ruling ruled out the federal constitutional right to abortion. The effects of the historic ruling were immediately felt, with at least 10 states effectively banning abortions as of Saturday night.
On Friday, the Blue Ridge Pregnancy Center shared its support for the Supreme Court's decision on Facebook, writing:
Opened in 1999, the center "is dedicated to helping men and women in the face of unplanned pregnancies," according to its website, offering abortions and abortions. I haven't introduced it.
After the incident on Saturday, the center used Facebook to ask for help. In the post, "I would be very grateful if I could provide financial support for additional security and many prayers."
CNN asked the BlueRidge Pregnancy Center for comment, There was no immediate response.
In response to the vandalism on Twitter, "Virginia has no room to do this and violations of the law are unacceptable." He added that state police are ready to assist in the investigation.
Lynchburg is located about 113 miles west of Richmond.