PITTSBURGH - Police are investigating after a home in Brookline was vandalized.
Jason Powell and Marlene Williams discovered hateful words and swastikas spray-painted on the garage door of their home Friday.
“Whoever decided to do that, they need to grow up and get a life. Get the ignorance out of your system,” said Powell.
The couple, who has lived in the home with their 5-year-old daughter for three years, doesn’t know why they were targeted.
“It doesn't bother me as much as I thought it would. I just want my daughter to be safe,” said Williams.
Until the graffiti is removed, the family is keeping the garage door raised.
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