The exact time of the vandalism is not clear.
A caller to radio station 3AW named Philip witnessed vandalism early Thursday morning.
“The windows aren’t completely shattered, they’re broken,” he said.
“There is spray paint on the entire front.”
A spokesman for the Victorian police said authorities were investigating “criminal damage cases.”
“Investigators were told that the Princes Highway office building was scribbled and damaged by an unidentified person,” she said in a statement.
“The investigation is underway and police will urge anyone with witnesses or information to contact the crime stopper at 1800 33 3000.”
Andrews’ office is located in his suburban constituency, Margrave. He was elected to represent the region in 2002.
On Wednesday, the Prime Minister acknowledged the deep frustration felt by some with the length of the strict blockade, recognizing that too long social and economic costs could outweigh the benefits of the measure. He said he was.
“These measures are costly. There are public health benefits, but they are also costly,” he said.
“This is not an indefinite deal … At some point, the cost of the limit will outweigh the increased risk of continuing to control the virus and the increased challenges of the public health team if it opens earlier than planned. ..
“Some of them [costs] It is measured at a very personal level in terms of the physical and mental health of individual Victorian people and their families. Then there is clearly a full range of economic considerations other than health.
“It’s very difficult to consider these issues, but the task involves a huge amount of thought, consideration, and judgment.”