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Police investigate reports of swastika graffiti

The Idaho Falls Police Department is investigating reports of swastika graffiti around Idaho Falls.

On Monday around 10:03 a.m., police investigated vandalism of what officers describe as a swastika and the words “kill them all” painted on a tree and power pole at Freeman Park.

Idaho Falls Parks and Recreation employees said they would remove the graffiti.

Officers were also notified of an additional swastika graffiti north of the park in Bonneville County.

Later Monday afternoon around 4:53 p.m., Idaho Falls Police received another report of swastika graffiti in the area of Birch and Eastern in Idaho Falls.

Police received another report of swastika graffiti and the words “kill them all” near Sunnyside and Snake River Parkway by the fountains in Idaho Falls less than an hour later.

Police are currently investigating all reports of graffiti and are asking for your help in identifying the people responsible.

The Idaho Falls Police Department is encouraging anyone with information on these graffiti incidents to
contact Police Dispatch at 208-529-1200 or Crime Stoppers at 208-522-1983.

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