Another Day, Another Swastika Found In Boro Park
Less than two weeks after a collection of swastikas were found spray-painted on several buildings in the Jewish Orthodox neighborhood of Boro Park, the hate-vandals appear to have struck again.
The latest swastika was found painted on a car outside of the offices of Hamodia, a Hebrew newspaper located at 207 Foster Avenue.
This is now the seventh swastika found in Boro Park in less than two weeks -- which has prompted Assemblyman Dov Hikind to offer a $5,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest.
Earlier this month, it's suspected that the same creeps spray-painted a swastika on the side of a synagogue, also in Boro Park. It was discovered the next day by two Orthodox Jews who'd gone to the temple to pray.
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Aside from the synagogue, swastikas also have been discovered scribbled on the side of a deli, a school, and other buildings in the neighborhood.
At several of the locations, surveillance cameras captured two men -- who appear to be in their 20s -- spray-painting the buildings.
So, if you're the ass-clowns tagging buildings with swastikas, knock it off. If you know the ass-clowns tagging buildings with swastikas, call the cops.
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