October 21, 2019

Swasika found at a Vegas church thought to be a synagogue

Source: stop antisemitism

Las Vegas, NV - A spray-painted swastika was found Friday morning on the sign of a church in the Historic Westside of Las Vegas, according to a state assemblyman.

A photo of the vandalized sign was posted at 8:45 a.m. on Twitter by Assemblyman William McCurdy II, who represents Assembly District 6. The photo showed a red swastika spray-painted onto the sign of Revival Temple Church of God in Christ at 1601 North Tonopah Drive.

“Not what I was expecting my son to point out on the way to school,” McCurdy wrote in his tweet. “Hate is not welcome in our community!”

The Metropolitan Police Department did not immediately respond to a request for further information about the incident on Friday, but dispatch call logs show that it had been reported to police at 6 a.m.