11-foot swastika found in Greenwich
Greenwich officials are investigating after an 11-foot swastika was painted on a road in Greenwich over the weekend.
It was made on Guilford Lane between Friday night and Saturday morning, according to authorities.
Police say they received reports of teens setting off a homemade explosive in the area Friday night. They suspect the teens made the swastika using leftover cleaning products such as Drano.
Town crews placed a new layer of blacktop over the image, but residents in the area say they are having a tough time moving on.
First Selectman Peter Tesei has promised to get to the bottom of who is responsible for creating the symbol of hate.
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