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OSSINING – Police stated a swastika was discovered painted on an Ossining road on Saturday night time in what seems to be “a criminal offense of alternative.”

The swastika, about 18 inches in measurement, was painted between two automobiles within the roadway outdoors seventy nine Dale Ave., Ossining police stated in a Fb publish at the moment. A resident who was strolling her canine referred to as police round 9:30 p.m.

The vandalism didn’t seem to have been deliberate and nobody on that road appeared to have been focused, although, police stated.



Officers discovered an open can of inside home paint on the curb, together with a bit of cardboard that had apparently been used to color the swastika. The gadgets might have been overlooked for trash.

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Ossining’s Department of Public Works removed the swastika, and police are investigating. Anyone who has information on the incident is asked to call police at 914-941-4099. Callers may remain anonymous.

“This is absolutely unacceptable and will not be tolerated,” Ossining Police Chief Kevin Sylvester tweeted this morning. “We are the guardians of this community.”

Twitter: @MattSpillane

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