Mastro represents local residents who have been fighting remove homeless men from the Lucerne Hotel.
His townhouse was vandalized during the early morning hours of Oct. 21 on East 83rd Street.
Surveillance video shows a large group of people ride up on bicycles and quickly set to work.
Police said they painted graffiti on the facade of Mastro’s building, threw red paint and eggs, and damaged the locks with glue.
Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer condemned the vandalism.
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