A swastika found on a London Underground Northern Line train has been reported following Campaign Against Antisemitism’s appeal for witnesses to any antisemitic behaviour in North West London this weekend to contact Shomrim.
A member of the public contacted North West London Shomrim after finding the swastika drawn in marker pen on a train in either the last or the second-from-last carriage of a Northern Line train which left Edgware station between 19:00 and 20:00 on Saturday night, departing from platform 2. North West London Shomrim have reported the graffiti to the police over a possible link to the spate of antisemitic incidents over the weekend which included Jews being pelted with eggs and a brick covered in antisemitic slurs being hurled through a Jewish family’s window.
If you saw anything suspicious, please contact Shomrim North West London.
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