Police investigate racist vandalism in Cape Cod town
FALMOUTH, Mass. (AP) — Police are investigating two recent incidents of white supremacist vandalism in a Massachusetts town.
Falmouth police found two swastikas, a drawing of male genitalia and several large circles on the dock at the Megansett Yacht Club on Oct. 6.
The Cape Cod Times reports the images were drawn or formed with a liquid substance that dried on the dock. The Falmouth Department of Public Works cleaned it off.
Falmouth police are also investigating an incident that occurred after Yom Kippur last week.
Rabbi Elias Lieberman says someone left a defaced Israeli flag spray-painted with a red swastika over the Star of David and white supremacist symbols in front of the Falmouth Jewish Congregation early Thursday morning.
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