Alaska same-sex couple finds anti-gay signs on their car, vandalism to home

This sign was discovered by a same-sex couple outside of their home in Anchorage. KTVA

This sign was discovered by a same-sex couple outside of their home in Anchorage.KTVA

This sign was discovered by Adam Jacobson outside his home in Anchorage.

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A same-sex couple in Anchorage says their home was targeted with acts of vandalism including a soup-like substance on their mailbox and obscene signs left on their car.

KTVA reported Saturday that Adam Jacobson noticed the vandalism after arriving home early Saturday morning.

Jacobson says the signs on the car’s window had anti-gay slurs and drawings. He also found half-empty pickle jars strewn about and egg shells on the front porch.

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Jacobson and his husband have been married about a year and a half and have lived in their current house for about four years.

He says he suspects the people who did it may have observed him and his husband.

The Anchorage Police Department has confirmed that a police report related to the incident was filed Saturday.

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