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July 28, 2015 3:58 pm
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FBI Joins Hunt for Michigan Jewish Summer Camp Vandals

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Swastika graffiti was discovered at Camp Agudah Midwest in Michigan. Photo: Twitter.

Swastika graffiti was discovered at Camp Agudah Midwest in Michigan. Photo: Twitter.

The FBI has joined the Van Buren County Sheriff’s investigation into antisemitic vandalism at a Michigan Jewish summer camp, local media reported.

Authorities have said three teenagers are responsible for spray-painting crude swastikas across the camp, including on a parked vehicle and the welcome sign, before campers awoke on Sunday morning.

The authorities are investigating the incident at Camp Agudah in Geneva Township, Michigan as a hate crime.

All three were caught on video, and police and FBI agents are working in concert to track down the teens.

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Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact the Van Buren County Sheriff’s Office at (269) 657-3101.

 

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