Los Angeles Police Investigating Potential Hate Crime After Swastika Found at Park Next to Holocaust Museum
Police in Los Angeles are investigating a potential hate crime after a blood trail and a number of graffitied symbols — including a swastika — were found in a park next to the city’s Museum of the Holocaust.
The vandalism was discovered early Monday morning at a public restroom in Pan Pacific Park in the Fairfax neighborhood.
The LAPD was said to be looking into whether there was a victim involved in the incident.
No further details were available as of publication time.