May 29, 2017 1:35 pm

Police investigating swastika, other racist graffiti found in Woodstock, Ont.

Police say Woodstock's Springbank Snow Countess Monument was defaced sometime late Sunday or early Monday.

Police say Woodstock's Springbank Snow Countess Monument was defaced sometime late Sunday or early Monday.

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WOODSTOCK, Ont. – Police say they’re investigating multiple reports of racist and profane graffiti in Woodstock, Ont.

They say a swastika was painted on a monument late Sunday or early Monday.

The Springbank Snow Countess Monument was erected in 1937 to honour a record-setting milk producing Holstein Friesian cow.

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In seven other incidents, black spray paint was used to write racist comments and profanities on vehicles, garage doors, a church, and the side of a house.

Police are appealing to anyone with information about the incidents to contact investigators.

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