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Anti-Semitic graffiti found in Northridge
NORTHRIDGE, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Anti-Semitic and hate graffiti was found along some sidewalks and walls in Northridge.
The Los Angeles Police Department believes it was put up by a white supremacist group, but it was unknown who sprayed the hate messages.
Authorities said it was likely done by young kids in their teens.
Officials plan on getting the graffiti sandblasted or painted over as soon as possible. They said the wall does not hold any special religious or social significance.
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