Attorney caught on surveillance vandalizing store with anti-Trump graffiti while holding glass of wine

An attorney was caught on surveillance video with another man vandalizing property in Philadelphia with anti-Trump statements and reportedly admitted he made a "dumb mistake," according to reports.

Duncan Lloyd, who is an assistant city solicitor, has been identified by police as one of the men who participated in writing "F*** Trump" on the wall of a local supermarket on November 25.

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In the video, Lloyd takes pictures and video of the wall after another suspect, who has not been identified, is finished spray painting the hateful message on the wall.

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Lloyd can be seen dressed nicely in a blue blazer and carrying a glass of wine during the whole ordeal.

Police have estimated the damage between $3,000 and $10,000.

The city attorney has kept his job, according to Philly.com.

No arrests have been made in the incident, according to reports.

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"It's still working out. It's certainly hateful and inappropriate and unacceptable...but people are human beings and they make mistakes and it's a dumb mistake," Mayor Kenney the site. "It's hateful graffiti, hateful graffiti is never acceptable whether it's a city employee or not."

Lloyd has been employed with the City of Philadelphia since 2011.

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