CHICAGO (WLS) -- Anti-police graffiti is being investigated in the city's Bridgeport neighborhood.
A resident who posted "Blue Lives Matter" signs in support of police in the windows of a home he rents says he found graffiti scrawled on his sidewalk and gangway.
The graffiti calls attention to the "Black Lives Matter" movement and accuses police of violence against African-Americans.
"I'm a supporter of the police but all lives matter so I'm kinda shocked," said Felix Zaczek. "This is very polarizing. The fact that I was targeted is kinda shocking."
Despite the incident, Zaczek says he feels safe in the neighborhood and plans to keep his sign up.
Anti-police graffiti scrawled outside Bridgeport home with 'Blue Lives Matter' signs