Law enforcement officials arrested a man in Florida, identified as Cesar Sayoc, in connection to the 12 mail bombs sent to lawmakers and public officials Friday.
For a brief moment, cable news broadcast a blurry image of a white van thought to belong to the suspect, before law enforcement covered it with a tarp. A resident of Florida later sent an image of the van to CBS Miami, which clearly showed the vehicle was covered in pro-Trump stickers.
@CBSMiami I have some pictures of this van I saw him at a stoplight one day and thought is was very strange. https://t.co/VWUwznJK8k— Mo (@Mo)1540567953.0
A large decal appears to show Donald Trump's presidential seal. Other pictures of the president abound. Another sticker showcases the GOP elephant symbol. There are a few smaller pictures of Donald Trump as well.
Here is a zoom in of the decals/stickers on the driver side rear window of the van. https://t.co/rOz7H2mslf— Ted Corcoran (RedTRaccoon) (@Ted Corcoran (RedTRaccoon))1540566979.0
Another image, via MSNBC:
All 12 of the suspect's targets have fiercely criticized President Donald Trump in the past. The Department of Justice is scheduled to hold a press conference at 2:30 pm EST.
The van also shows Democrats and progressive figures like Michael Moore in the cross-hairs.
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