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Swastikas scrawled in Sherman Oaks neighborhood

March 15, 2012 |  9:40 am

 

Residents of a Sherman Oaks neighborhood found swastikas scrawled on properties Wednesday.

KTLA reports at least three homes in a historically Jewish neighborhood on Leghorn Avenue were vandalized with the symbols.

Los Angeles police officials said they were called about 1:30 p.m. Wednesday with a report about a swastika on a mailbox in the 5200 block of Leghorn Avenue. They are investigating the incident as vandalism and a possible hate crime, officers said.

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