Alaska Jewish museum, gay bar tagged with swastika stickers

Associated Press|
A tall, thin man wearing a hood and a mask was caught on a security camera plastering Nazi stickers on a Jewish museum in Alaska's largest city early Tuesday.
He drove a scooter to the Alaska Jewish Museum, placed one sticker on the door and jumped to place three more symbols of hate on windows before driving off, Rabbi Yosef Greenberg, the president of the museum's board of directors, said of what their video cameras showed happening at 2 am Tuesday.
About 45 minutes later, another sticker was placed on the main entrance door to Mad Myrna's, a gay bar in downtown Anchorage.
Each white sticker was emblazoned with a black swastika, the symbol of the Nazi party, and targeted two groups associated with Holocaust victims.
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