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.
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The graffiti were discovered late at night by a park-goer, according to Geoffrey Croft of New York Park Advocates.
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.