A couple in southwest Charlotte returned home after a Rosh Hashanah event to find a swastika and profanity written on their door. The profanity has been blurred out by the Observer.
A couple in southwest Charlotte returned home after a Rosh Hashanah event to find a swastika and profanity written on their door. The profanity has been blurred out by the Observer. Courtesy of Ronald Gale
A couple in southwest Charlotte returned home after a Rosh Hashanah event to find a swastika and profanity written on their door. The profanity has been blurred out by the Observer. Courtesy of Ronald Gale

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