CALGARY — Vandals spray-painted anti-Semitic messages throughout a pair of southwest Calgary neighbourhoods.
Swastikas and several hateful messages were discovered Sunday morning in the communities of Pump Hill and Woodbine.
The culprits tagged mailboxes, signs at a number of Jewish synagogues and centres, and even a war memorial in honour of holocaust survivors.
Police say the vandals did their work between 11:00 p.m. Saturday night and 8:00 a.m. Sunday. Investigators are reviewing some surveillance tape.
Insp. Rob Williams says they can see some males spray-painting on the tape. Police say the vandals could face hate crime charges.