(JTA) — Swastikas were found drawn on a public bench and on the side door of a home in a Jewish neighborhood of Baltimore.
Police are investigating after a swastika was found painted on a bench in a predominantly Jewish neighborhood. It was covered up by neighbors . Police say they are also investigating a second image found on a neighbors home @wjz pic.twitter.com/7JLLrqeSdb— Kelsey Kushner (@KelseyKushnerTV) June 30, 2020
The symbol on the home, in the northwest section of the city, was drawn with a black marker and discovered on June 24, the local CBS affiliate WJZ reported, citing the police report.
Area residents found the swastika spray-painted on the bench.
A white piece of paper colored with a heart with the words “Love Not Hate” was taped over the swastika on the bench, according to the report.
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