Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Alexandra Seltzer: "Business owner on anti-Semitic graffiti: Area is getting worse, not better"

There's a problem in Boynton Beach and Alexandra Seltzer at The Palm Beach Post writes about it, here's an excerpt:
     The owner of the Boynton Beach business that was vandalized this week is looking into installing cameras in case something like this happens again.
     Kelly Feldman, owner of Clear Copy at 1304 N. Federal Hwy, said a customer told her Monday morning that there was spray-painted graffiti on the outside of the business. The outside and the hurricane shutters had a Swastika and anarchy symbols [emphasis added], among other things in black paint, according to Boynton Police.
Here is a picture from the article:
This picture is from the article by the reporter. There are others to see in the link above.
The capital letter "A" inside a circle is the symbol for 'Anarchy'. (Most of you in the City of Lake Worth who follow politics closely are well aware of this symbol and its meaning.)

If you see graffiti anywhere here in Lake Worth (gang symbols, swatikas, or anarchy symbols, etc.), call the PBSO non-emergency number and report it immediately:
The article ends with this information: "Boynton Police do not have any suspects. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 561-732-8116 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at 800-458-TIPS. Tips can also be submitted through the MyPD app. You can be anonymous."

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