NYPD car vandalized with spray paint, stickers and nail polish during Brooklyn protest

An NYPD patrol car was vandalized Friday in an NYPD protest following an incident between police and teens on a subway platform in Brooklyn.
The vandalized car was seen on Livingston Street, three days after over 1,000 people protested against police in Downtown Brooklyn.
The words "NYPD KKK" were written on the car, along with other messages.
Police believe a person or group of people used stickers, spray paint and possibly nail polish to deface the car.
No arrests have been made.