NYPD looking for suspect who drew swastikas in Marine Park, Brooklyn

New York City police are looking for the suspect who has been drawing swastikas in a Brooklyn neighborhood.

Police say all five incidents occurred on Monday on or around Avenue S in the Marine Park neighborhood.

According to the New York City Police Department, at 4:20 a.m. on April 25, a man used a white marker to draw the swastikas at the following locations:

-- A garbage can cover located in the vicinity of Avenue S and Ryder Street.
-- A residential gate located in the vicinity of Avenue S and Ryder Street.
-- A traffic control box located at Avenue S and East 38 Street.
-- A garbage can cover located in the vicinity of Avenue S and East 37 Street.
-- The front door to a residential building located in the vicinity of East 35 Street and Avenue S.

The male is described as white, and 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 9 inches; he was last seen wearing dark colored clothing and a dark colored back pack.
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