30 Wisconsin Homes Vandalized With Anti-Semitic Graffiti

Anti-Semitic and racial slurs and swastikas were spray painted on at least 30 homes in Madison, Wisc.

The graffiti attack occurred late Friday night and early Saturday morning, Madison police told local media. The graffiti was found on homes, cars, garage doors, mailboxes, and driveways. Total damage is estimated at more than $10,000.

One of the properties vandalized belongs to Jim Stein, the president of the Jewish Federation of Madison, WSAU-Wheeler News reported.

Police have not called the attack a hate crime.


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