DENVER (CBS4) – Police have released the identity of a suspect accused of throwing a rock through the window of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s field office in Denver on Friday night.

According to police, Michael Ferrara, 33, is currently in custody in connection with the crime.

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Michael Ferrara (credit: Denver Police Department)

Michael Ferrara (credit: Denver Police Department)

Police rushed to 18th and Clarkson just before 9 p.m. Friday where they found a rock thrown through the Trump campaign field office. The campaign office serves as the headquarters for Trump’s Denver team.

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A security officer with Trump’s campaign detained Ferrara until police arrived.

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A rock was thrown into the window at the Trump field office at 18th and Clarkson on Friday night (credit: CBS)

A rock was thrown into the window at the Trump field office at 18th and Clarkson on Friday night (credit: CBS)

About two dozens Trump volunteers and staff were inside making calls at the time. No one was hurt.

This is the second time the campaign office has been vandalized. There was paint on the front windows of the building and offensive words about the Republican presidential candidate were painted on the side, including the word “pervert” overnight Thursday into Friday.

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(credit: CBS)

Denver police are searching for the person or people who are responsible for the overnight graffiti.