Jewish Summer Camp Vandalized With Swastikas in Michigan

Deputies are investigating “malicious destruction of property” after vandals spray-painted swastikas at a Jewish summer camp in Michigan.
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The swastikas were painted on a sign, a building, a fence and a vehicle at the camp.

FOX 17 Online reported:

Deputies with the Van Buren County Sheriff’s Office are currently investigating a vandalism and malicious destruction of property complaint at a Jewish summer camp in Geneva Township.

Investigators released images of swastikas that were spray-painted on a sign, a building, a picnic table and vehicle at Camp Agudah sometime over the weekend.

The camp is in the 68000 block of County Road 388 near South Haven.

Deputies believe the crimes occurred either late in the evening on Saturday or early in the morning on Sunday, July 25 or July 26.

Deputies also believe more than one suspect is involved with the crimes.

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