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The Daily Camera is reporting today that three Pearl St. Mall shops were hit by swastika-drawing vandals.

3 Pearl St. Mall Shops Get Tagged with Swastikas

Derek Falls, manager at Weekends on the Pearl Street Mall, washes a drawing of a swastika off the store’s front display window Jan. 7. Weekends was one of at least three stores to be tagged with swastikas. (Mitchell Byars/Daily Camera)

From the Daily Camera, 1/8/13:

A vandal on the Pearl Street Mall tagged at least three stores sometime late Monday night or early Tuesday morning, drawing swastikas on the windows of those businesses.

Employees confirmed the swastikas — which appear to have been drawn by the same person — appeared on windows at Lindsay’s Boulder Deli at Haagen-Dazs, 1148 Pearl St.; Weekends, 1200 Pearl St.; and Installation, 1955 Broadway.

Scott Levin, Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Region of the Anti-Defamation League, said he will have a statement later on Wednesday.

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