Orlando police say someone vandalized the squad car that was assigned to Lt. Debra Clayton, who was shot and killed in the line of duty on Jan. 9.
The squad car was sitting outside of Orlando Police Department headquarters in memoriam when it was vandalized, according to CNN.
Photos posted by the police department show that the vandals wrote on the hood and side of the cruiser in blue ink.
The car was covered in messages like "Tax Payer," "Protect & Serve The Public," "Angela Madison is the best," "Love you" and "Rapest."
"Unbelievably sad someone would vandalize Lt. Debra Clayton's vehicle," the department tweeted.
Sgt. Wanda Miglio told CNN the writing has since been removed.
Authorities said they are still investigating and trying to determine whether the vandalism was captured on surveillance video.
"We are checking the cameras and looking for a suspect," Orlando Police Department spokeswoman Wanda Miglio told the Orlando Sentinel.
A bouquet of flowers and angel wings that were resting on the hood of the vehicle were defaced as well.
Clayton was gunned down in front of a Walmart in Orlando in early January.
Markeith Loyd, her accused killer, appeared in court Thursday. Loyd is also accused of killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend.
He was captured Tuesday night after an intense manhunt. A judge ordered that he be held without bond.