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Roslyn Heights swastikas a bias crime, Nassau police say

Nassau County police are investigating two swastikas drawn on North Hempstead traffic signs as a bias incident, authorities said Sunday.

A woman walking in Roslyn Heights on Saturday morning saw a swastika with the word "death" written in black marker on the back of a stop sign at the corner of Warner Avenue and Edwards Street, police said. She saw another swastika, drawn in black marker, on another sign down the block, Nassau police said.

Detectives said anyone with information about the swastikas could contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 800-244-8477.

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