The Dallas Police Gang Unit is investigating after hate symbols, including Nazi swastikas, were tagged on the street of a Dallas neighborhood Sunday morning.
Nazi swastikas, SS bolts (a Nazi-era symbol) and "white pride" were written in red paint. Another message had a person's name. The city of Dallas cleaned the markings off the street.
Residents said they were afraid and angry after finding the markings. The city will hold a meeting 2 p.m. Wednesday at Kleberg-Rylie Recreation Center at 1515 Edd Road where they're inviting people to talk about what happened.
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Council member Tennell Atkins said there's no place in Dallas for these kinds of acts.
Perpetrators could face up to 180 days in jail and a $2,000 fine.
"If you see graffiti in your community, call 311," the police department said.