Hate Crimes Unit Investigates More Anti-Semitic Graffiti
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Police are investigating more anti-Semitic graffiti in Brooklyn.
Investigators say swastikas were found spray painted on a van and a light pole Sunday near East 2nd Street and Avenue F in Kensington.
This is the second neighborhood where anti-Semitic graffiti was found in recent days, but it's unclear when the vandalism took place.
The NYPD's Hate Crimes Unit is looking into this latest incident.
"It's from the Holocaust. Our grandparents went through it. I wouldn't want anyone else to go through it again. It's scary," said one Kensington resident.
"This city is wonderful. I think everybody in the community is wonderful. I think a vast majority of the people are probably enraged and upset about this," said another resident.
"Outraged. It's not something you want to see in your neighborhood. It's not something that should be in our neighborhood. I hope they catch the people who do it," said a third resident.
Police have put out surveillance video of a person spraying swastikas on businesses and a synagogue in Borough Park on Friday.
Investigators have not said if the incidents are related.
Anyone with information about the case is being asked to contact Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-577-TIPS, by texting TIP577 to CRIMES, or by going to NYPDCrimeStoppers.com.