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Midwood senior has swastikas drawn on her apartment door

January 2, 2019 By Raanan Geberer Brooklyn Daily Eagle
These swastikas were etched into the sidewalk outside the Grand Street subway station in Williamsburg. These swastikas were etched into the sidewalk outside the Grand Street subway station in Williamsburg. Eagle file photo

A 77-year-old Jewish woman whose husband survived the holocaust had swastikas drawn on her door on Saturday afternoon.

Miryam Marc found two 12-inch red swastikas outside her apartment door while she was observing the Jewish Sabbath, according to CBSNewYork.

“This is very, very big. Then I see this. I am in a shock, in a shock and I’m like choking. I cannot talk,” Marc told CBSNewYork.

Police are currently searching for the culprits. Last year saw a 4 percent rise in hate crimes in New York City, police sources said.

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