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Westchester County Government Robert Astorino holds press convention at website of the place racist graffiti was present in White Plains. Ricky Flores/lohud

The employees at Guess Torah synagogue in Mount Kisco discovered two swastikas spray painted on the wall of its nursery faculty over the weekend. 

The swastikas have been every about 2-ft-by 2-ft in diameter on a wall close to a playground, stated Westchester County Police, which is investigating the incident as a bias crime.

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Police said said it appears the graffiti likely happened sometime late Saturday night or in the overnight hours of Sunday.

Detectives are seeking the public’s help and is asking anyone with information to anonymously contact the county police at the department’s tip line: 1-800-898-TIPS (8477).

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