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Police probe swastikas painted on cars, homes, signs in northeast El Paso neighborhood

EL PASO, Texas -- Police said Thursday they were investigating an apparent case of vandalism involving spray-painted swastikas in a northeast El Paso neighborhood.

Police said the vandalism spree happened in the area of Titanic Avenue and El Moro Road.

Photos in the below social media post that went viral show swastikas painted on garage doors, a truck, a mailbox, the side of a home and various neighborhood signs.

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Jim Parker

Jim Parker is the Director of Digital Content for ABC-7.

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  1. This crime was committed by young people that have no idea what that symbol means especially if it was done by minority vandals, the man and ideals that made that symbol would have those children and their race exterminated. It just goes to show that parents don’t raise their children anymore,their idiot friends do

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