KENSINGTON — Two more swastikas were found spray-painted to a van and light pole in Brooklyn Sunday night.
This came after six swastikas were discovered at several locations, including a synagogue, in Borough Park on Friday.
The two swastikas were found on East Second Street in Kensington, police sources confirmed.
"I join with millions of other New Yorkers in condemning such vulgar symbols of anti-Semitic hatred wherever they surface, but it is not enough to simply deplore them," Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer said in a statement.
"We must never forget that our City was built on the concept of diversity, and every time a crime like this takes place, we must speak out affirmatively in support of our proud heritage."
Speaker Christine C. Quinn echoed Stringer's sentiments.
“I am appalled by the latest act of anti-Semitic vandalism in Brooklyn," she said in a press release. "Hateful crimes that attempt to terrorize our neighborhoods will not be tolerated."
Kensington is part of a police precinct where “the largest segment of the population consists of many Hasidic and Orthodox Jewish Communities,” according to the NYPD website.
The police released a video Friday of two men they believe to be invloved in the crime.
NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force asks anyone with information to call the Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1 -866-313-TIPS.