Roslyn Heights (WALK) - The search is on for whoever is responsible for a case of hate graffiti in Nassau County over the weekend.
Two swastikas were found scrawled on street signs in Roslyn Heights yesterday, near Edwards Street and Warner Avenue. One of them had the word "death" written along with it and was written on the back of a stop sign. The other was on a Town of North Hempstead sign.
Police say the discovery was made Sunday by a woman who then reported it. They believe the swastikas were drawn sometime between 11 AM Saturday and 11 AM Sunday.
Detectives ask that anyone with information about this crime contact Nassau Crime Stoppers at (800) 244-TIPS. All callers will remain anonymous, according to police.