2 more ambulances vandalized with swastikas in Washington Heights

WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, Manhattan (WABC) -- Four more ambulances have been vandalized in a string of attacks targeting FDNY vehicles in Manhattan.

The latest incident happened Friday morning, when the rescue vehicles were hit with swastikas and anti-Semitic graffiti in Washington Heights in the same location where they were vandalized on Sunday.

One of the ambulances was vandalized at EMS Station 13 on West 172nd Street, while the other was at Battalion 13/Engine 93/Ladder 45 on West 181 Street.

The ambulances were vandalized at 515 West 181 Street and 501 West 172 Street.

Surveillance video of the suspect
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The suspect is accused of scratching swastikas into 5 FDNY ambulances.

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The suspect is acused of vandalizing 5 FDNY ambulances with swastikas.

Police confirm six ambulances were vandalized at EMS Station 13, and the FDNY tweeted a picture of the suspect for whom police are searching.

They say he was seen drawing swastikas and scribbled the words "Nazi pigs" on the vehicles about 7 a.m. Sunday at the EMS station on West 172nd Street.
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Naveen Dhaliwal reports on the vandalism from Washington Heights.

The suspect is described in between his 30s and 40s, wearing a maroon shirt with jean shorts and carrying a black backpack.

Police are asking anyone with information to call 718-722-3600.

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