Vandals struck an Orthodox day school in the Los Angeles area, leaving behind smashed computers, broken windows and classrooms doused with foam from fire extinguishers. During their rampage, the vandals also scrawled graffiti – including swastikas and anti-Semitic expletives – on the walls. Police blamed two teen-age boys, residents of a home for youths with alcohol and drug problems, who were arrested on the school campus.
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