Police investigate swastika found in front of New Jersey home

Police investigate swastika found in front of New Jersey home

New Jersey police are investigating a swastika that was found in front of a family’s home Wednesday, NJ.com reports.

A nearby resident found the circular, white cloth with a black swastika propped against a tree in front of a Teaneck family’s house in Bergen County, police told NJ.com.

The resident proceeded to report it to township police. Police didn’t have any suspects in the swastika incident as of Wednesday afternoon, NorthJersey.com reported.

It is at least the 10th incident in less than a year in which swastikas were found in public places across the state, NJ.com reports.

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One of the other incidents involved someone drawing a swastika and racist graffiti inside a county high school classroom.

The incident came the same day that vandalism was reported at a kosher deli a mile away, in which its building and a nearby sidewalk were spray-painted with graffiti.

Police said the two events were unrelated, according to local reports.