Miami synagogue vandalized
Miami-Dade County, Fla. – Police are investigating after
swastikas were found spray-painted and drawn onto the walls of a synagogue in
West Miami-Dade and the back of a Publix in Surfside over the weekend.
Rabbi Manuel Armon of Temple Beth Tov-Ahavat Shalom told Local 10 News
the vandalism at the synagogue on Southwest Eighth Street and 64th Avenue
happened sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning.
He said crude words and other signs that were mostly illegible were also
drawn on the wall next to a swastika.
The Surfside Police Department said someone also spray-painted a
swastika, the letters “KKK” and other symbols on a wall in back of a
Publix at 9400 Harding Ave.
Police said another swastika and letter “V” were painted on
the street nearby in the 9500 block of Bay Drive.