BEDFORD, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Bedford is dealing with another case of anti-Semitism at the high school.
According to the Boston Globe, officials discovered a swastika written on a wall near the teacher's room Friday.
The school superintendent said he called the police department and the swastika was removed.
The incident came one day after members of the community gathered to figure out a way to address several recent incidents of anti-Semitism. Earlier this month, elementary school students were reportedly playing a game called "Jail the Jews."
Last fall, hateful graffiti and swastikas were found at the high school.
Police are investigating, but have not made any arrests.
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