Chatham-Kent police investigating antisemitic graffiti at school

Chatham-Kent police are asking anyone with information about the graffiti to contact police or Crime Stoppers. (Chatham-Kent Police Service - image credit)
Chatham-Kent police are asking anyone with information about the graffiti to contact police or Crime Stoppers. (Chatham-Kent Police Service - image credit)

Police in Chatham-Kent have launched an investigation after antisemitic graffiti was found on school property at Queen Elizabeth Public School in Chatham.

According to police, a swastika and a violent message were found on the northwest side of the building.

The vandalism was spotted over the weekend, police said in a media release on Tuesday.

The police service is asking anyone with information to contact police or Crime Stoppers.

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