Antisemitic graffiti found at a NH park located near synagogue
Manchester, N.H. – As the Jewish community is still reeling from the past weekend’s deadly attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue, another antisemitic blow struck in New Hampshire.
On the floor of a marble gazebo in Manchester’s Wagner Park, was a large drawing of a swastika.
Before it was erased by members of the community, the graffiti was large enough to cover the gazebo’s floor.
Right down the street is a synagogue — but whether or not there was a synagogue nearby or not, Jewish leaders say the vandalism is troubling.
Manchester Police have not made any arrests yet. In fact, the graffiti incident at this park was one of several over the past weekend, not all of which were antisemitic.