Swampscott police are asking for the public’s help in investigating a swastika painted on a sidewalk.
Swampscott police are asking for the public’s help in investigating a swastika painted on a sidewalk Friday afternoon.
Police said the swastika was found near Redington Street and Forest Avenue. A swastika is painted in white on the pavement, and a white line is painted on the side of a nearby car.
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Swampscott police are asking people who live in the area of Redington Street and Forest Avenue to review any home camera footage between 2 and 6 p.m. on Jan. 6 to see if police can use it to identify those involved. in the story.
Police said they found evidence at the scene that could help identify the suspects, but they still need more evidence.
A Swampscott Police Department civil rights officer contacted faith partners in the community to inform them of the incident, police said.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the Swampscott Police Department at 781-595-1111.
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