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Vandals Spray-Paint Swastikas On Kosher Shop In Northeast Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- Police are investigating the discovery of several swastikas that were spray-painted on a Kosher shop in Northeast Philadelphia.

The discovery was made Thursday morning on the front window of the Simon's Glatt Kosher Meat Products store in the 6900 block of Bustleton Avenue.

According to investigators, the store owners arrived at the business and found approximately six swastikas spray-painted on the glass front window of their store. The owners called police.

Investigators arrived at the scene and took pictures of the graffiti as part of their investigation.

The owners removed the graffiti and the store was opened for business.

So far, no arrests have been made.

The vandalism remains under investigation.

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