Photo Credit: Columbus Jewish News  Vandalized vehicle

Photo Credit: Columbus Jewish News 

Vandalized vehicle 


A car near The Ohio State University in Columbus was spray painted and carved into with swastikas and anti-Semitic phrases. The car was also splattered with bright yellow paint and included the phrase “ I love Nazi” according to Columbus Jewish News.

The victim Christie Cannon told Columbus Jewish News that she had left her car parked in the street between 4 a.m and 1p.m. Neighbors claimed they heard car alarms go off around the same time the vandalism took place.  Other cars where broken into but Cannon's car was not broken into just severely vandalized.

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