RYE, N.Y. – Anti-Semitic vandals struck the Rye High School campus over the weekend, the district announced Wednesday.
Portable classroom windows were broken and anti-Semitic symbols were carved into the district's trucks, according to Karina Stabile, spokesperson for the Rye City School District. The vandalism was discovered Tuesday morning before the start of school, she said.
Rye Police were contacted immediately and the department is continuing to investigate.
“The District is appalled at this disturbing act, which is certainly NOT acceptable in or reflective of the Rye community,” a message on the school’s website read.
Rye Police could not immediately be reached for comment.
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