Entire street of houses vandalized with swastikas in California

Police are investigating the incident and trying to find the culprit.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
September 8, 2019 19:04
Entire street of houses vandalized with swastikas in California

Swastika and the word "Raus" (Out) are sprayed at a asylum seeker accommodation in Waltrop, western Germany, on October 13, 2015.. (photo credit: AFP PHOTO)

Swastikas were found painted on over a dozen houses along several streets in San Pedro, California.

"I cannot believe this happened to my house," said Lilliana Gonzales, a resident of one of the vandalized properties. "It's ugly, it's disgusting and we need to do something about it."

Police are investigating the incident and trying to find the culprit, according to Spectrum News.

A special meeting will be held about the vandalism by community activist Lion Lyons. "Hopefully we can get someone to come forward and put all the guys who did all this mess... to justice," he said.

"God created everyone all equal and we should be able to be nice to each other, happy, content, and just avoid this stupidity," Gonzales concluded.


Related Content

A tombstone desecrated by vandals with a Nazi swastika and the Slogan
September 21, 2019
Canadian social media influencer fights hate, erases antisemitic graffiti

By TAMAR BEERI