Volunteers clean up anti-Semitic graffiti in Borough Park

Cops arrested a former police officer in connection

Cops arrested a former police officer in connection with the crime.

BROOKLYN - Anti-Semitic graffiti is being cleaned up in Borough Park. 

Harmony, a special needs agency, and Shmira of Boro Park teamed up to get rid of some of the hateful messages spray-painted on 14th Avenue and 38th Street. 

Former NYPD Officer Michael Setiawan, 36, was arrested in connection with the hate crime. 

Police say he painted the graffiti on more than 20 cars and buildings Saturday night. 

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