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