Police: Vandals spray-paint swastikas on Bat Yam synagogue

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May 30, 2013 01:55

Police from the Ayalon subdistrict opened an investigation on Wednesday after two swastikas were found spray-painted on the wall of a synagogue in Bat Yam. By press time, police said they still had not identified any suspects.

In late April, swastikas and graffiti were found spray-painted at a synagogue and a public school, also in Bat Yam. Following that incident, a few Jewish teenagers were arrested and confessed to the vandalism, but were released shortly thereafter.Police said the two incidents involve different synagogues and are not related.


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