DENVER (CBS4) – The History Colorado has seen significant damage to its building following violent riots the last several nights in Denver. The front glass of the museum was shattered over the weekend.

A statue of a buffalo was also vandalized with graffiti.

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“The weekend’s damage was limited to exterior elements of the building. Artifacts inside remain secured behind locked doors. There were no reported injuries or thefts,” museum officials stated in a news release on Tuesday.

(credit: History Colorado)

As crews clean up the damage, staff are also collecting projectiles, cans of spray paint and signs left behind.

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Officials say the items will be reviewed and then added to the “History in the Making” collections. They are also documenting stories from Coloradans during the coronavirus pandemic.

(credit: History Colorado)

The museum is currently closed to the public.

History Colorado staff also say they’re humbled by the many donations they’ve received during the pandemic and throughout the protests.

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LINK: History Colorado Documenting History