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Swastikas drawn on home, bench of Baltimore Jewish neighborhood

(JTA) — Swastikas were found drawn on a public bench and on the side door of a home in a Jewish neighborhood of Baltimore.

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.

The post Swastikas drawn on home and bench of Jewish neighborhood in Baltimore appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

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