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Police are investigating after a vehicle with an anti-Trump bumper stick crashed through the glass window of a pro-Trump store in Easton, Massachusetts. 

A video posted to the Easton Police Department’s Facebook page shows a black Volkswagen Jetta crashing through the front window of the store selling pro-Trump merchandise on Thursday evening. 

One employee, who was not injured, was in the store at the time of the crash.

In front of the New England for Trump store a large sign in the style and font of the Trump campaign’s signature merchandise reads “T-shirts, hats, flags, and more.” Pro-Trump flags also fill most of the window space.

The owner of the store, Keith Lambert, told a local outlet that just before the car crashed through the window “there was a little boy with his mother shopping right in that spot.” 

“Thank God nobody got hurt, that’s all I can say,” Lambert added.

Police say the car was driven by a 46-year-old man from Raynham, who was taken to the nearby Good Samaritan Medical Center to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries. 

Images of bumper stickers on the back of the Jetta appear to show an image of the former president with a barcode on Trump’s upper lip that looks to be a reference to Adolf Hitler’s image. The sticker also includes a Voltaire quotation that reads, “Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.”

Local police say an officer has been assigned to investigate the crash.