Swastikas, Racial Slurs on Boardwalk Pavilion

Hateful graffiti discovered Labor Day on an AC boardwalk pavilion

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NBC Philadelphia

Atlantic City Police want to know who’s responsible for hateful graffiti discovered Labor Day on a boardwalk pavilion.

Swastikas and racial slurs were found Monday morning on several columns in the pavilion, which provides shade and benches for people on the boardwalk. It is located at Columbia Avenue in the resort’s Chelsea section.

Detectives took photos of the vandalism. Police were notifying the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office about the incident.

It’s not clear if the graffiti was intended to target anyone in particular. Public Works employees were expected to paint over the markings later in the day.

 

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