Racist graffiti targetting Richmond’s Chinese community has been found in a parkade for the second time in less than four weeks.

Death threats and swastikas were found scrawled on the walls of the Richmond Public Market parkade staircase on Monday, officials said.

Ted Townsend, spokesperson for the City of Richmond, said the community shouldn’t be afraid.

“(This is) an isolated act. The work of a few misguided individuals and we are very concerned ... and disturbed,” he said.

Cpl. Sherrdean Turley said Richmond RCMP are working with Richmond mall management to gather information on possible suspects.

On July 22, two teens were arrested after security camera footage allegedly showed them drawing racist graffiti at another Richmond parkade. The 16-year-old boy is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 25.