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Police investigating anti-Semitic graffiti in Upper West Side subway station: officials

Posted at 12:58 PM, Nov 11, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-11 13:21:00-05

Police investigating anti-Semitic graffiti in the 103rd Street subway station along the No. 1 line. (NYPD)

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan — The NYPD is investigating anti-Semitic graffiti discovered inside an Upper Manhattan subway station, authorities said Monday.

The NYPD’s Hate Crimes unit tweeted a photo of the offensive scribbling on the walls of the 103rd Street-Broadway station along the No. 1 train line, writing that the “anti-Semitic criminal mischief” was being investigated.

The graffiti included multiple swastikas as well as anti-Semitic sentiments written out, and a website address referring to Adolf Hitler.

PIX11 found the Web address to not lead to an active website Monday afternoon.

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