Vandals daubed a swastika in red paint on a Berlin memorial to the Nazis' Jewish victims, police said Sunday.
The roughly meter-high swastika appeared during the night on the Levetzowstrasse memorial, which marks the site of a former synagogue and one of the places where Jews were gathered during World War II for deportation to concentration camps.
A similar symbol was found on a nearby memorial plaque, police said; both swastikas were removed. Authorities were investigating the incident.
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