Nazi symbols found scrawled on synagogue in northern Michigan

Hancock, MI - Officials say graffiti that included Nazi symbols was found spray painted on a synagogue in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

David Holden, president of Temple Jacob in Hancock, says the graffiti was discovered Saturday by someone who noticed the vandalism and called police. The Daily Mining Gazette reports swastikas were spray-painted on the synagogue, as well as the symbol of the SS, a Nazi paramilitary organization.