A Berlin museum dedicated to LGBT history and culture found bullet holes in its front window Monday, The Advocate reports.
The Schwules Museum, which opened in 1985 and used to be a gathering place for the East Berlin LGBT scene, called the police after discovering the vandalism. The police then sealed off the street and declared it a crime scene.
“Most of the people working at the museum are volunteers, who are here because they enjoy being in a safe environment where they are accepted for who and what they are,” the Schwules Museum said in a statement. “Many said they were ‘worried’ about the attacks on this institution. Realistically, anyone could have done it.”
The Schwules museum is considering making the hole-ridden window part of its exhibit.