Real estate signs and sidewalks became the latest target for anti-Semitic vandals who “decorated” the town with spray painted swastikas in Nanuet, New York last weekend.
The incident, reported by the Jewish Federation and Foundation of Rockland County, came just a few days after spray-painted swastikas were reported in Rockland County, according to the FiOS1news.com.
Clarkstown Police Department and Supervisor George Hoehmann was praised by the Jewish Federation for the rapid response and removal of the hate-filled vandalism.
Rockland County Executive Ed Day was quoted by monsey.com as saying, “Words matter. Acts of hate matter. Actions matter. We vow to work with law enforcement to bring these criminals to justice. And we will work with our Commission on Human Rights to show that hate has no place in Rockland County.”