Anti-Semitic and anti-police graffiti were found at a Queens playground, NYPD said.
Just after midnight on Tuesday, someone spray painted “F--k the police,” “F--k the Jew” and drew a swastika on areas of ReiffPlayground in Maspeth, including the pavement at the entrance, an NYPD spokesman said.
“Sho money gang” was also tagged, the NYPD rep said.
The graffiti were discovered late at night by a park-goer, according to Geoffrey Croft of New York Park Advocates.
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New York was named one of the states with the highest rate of post-election hate incidents in November.
Since then, other incidents have been reported, including swastikas carved on the wall of a senator’s apartment building and spray-painted in a playground named for late Beastie Boys member, Adam Yauch.