Police investigate more hate messages in BK

A swastika and “Nazi” were drawn yesterday on a Williamsburg building.

A swastika and “Nazi” were drawn yesterday on a Williamsburg building. (10/1/13)

BROOKLYN - Police are investigating more anti-Semitic messages left in Crown Heights and Williamsburg.

The message “kill all Jews” was found spray-painted on a wall in Crown Heights today, in one of several hate messages discovered in the borough.

A swastika and “Nazi” were drawn yesterday on a Williamsburg building. Three swastikas were found in Crown Heights last week.

Members of the Jewish community told News 12 that they hope the perpetrators of the hate messages find inner peace.

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