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Antisemitic graffiti found at suburban DC schools, Maryland police investigating

As tensions remain high and antisemitic and hate messages continue to spread across the U.S., a school district in Maryland has become the latest victim to these threats.

School officials from Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland announced they are investigating after antisemitic and hate-based graffiti was found at two schools last month.

According to officials, on October 20, a student at Chevy Chase Elementary reported finding swastikas, inappropriate words, and a stick figure drawing of a person firing weapons displayed on a wall in the boys’ bathroom. 

The vandalism was reported to school officials who said it was quickly removed.

Officials have not yet identified suspects in either of the incidents.

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