BILLINGS, Mont., May 10 (UPI) -- Two medical marijuana stores were firebombed and vandalized in Billings, Mont., authorities and owners said.
Both stores had "not in our town" spray-painted on them, the Billings Gazette reported.
David Couch of Big Sky Patient Care said he was told his business was hit about 5 a.m. Sunday while he was out of town. Surveillance video shows one person spray-painting the message while another throws a firebomb through the front door of the business, which had just opened in recent weeks.
The second attack occurred about 4:30 a.m. Monday at Montana Therapeutics, the Gazette said. Fire department battalion Chief Ed Regele described the firebomb as a "Molotov cocktail."
The Billings City Council was scheduled to vote Monday on a moratorium on medical marijuana businesses, for which the city has issued more than 80 licenses, the newspaper said.