Police Investigate 'KKK' Graffiti At Norwalk's Veterans Park

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NORWALK, Conn. – Norwalk Police are investigating graffiti found Thursday morning in Veterans Park that may have racist connections.

A resident reported finding the letters “KKK” written in marker on a monument at the Seaview Avenue park Thursday morning, a possible reference to the Ku Klux Klan, according to police reports. But police believe the incident was a prank, and is not related to the organization.

“We truly believe it was just kids that did this,” Sgt. Lisa Cotto said Friday.

The Parks and Recreation Department had covered the markings by Thursday afternoon. Police found a marker near the scene of the vandalism, and has been taken as evidence.

Norwalk Police did not find any similar kinds of graffiti in other parts of the city, and the case is being treated as an isolated incident. The case is still under investigation.

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Ken P Jr:

Its kinda silly to take this seriously no? We have ZERO signs of serious anti black racism in Norwalk. Much to the chagrin of Nellie Man who is once again running her race baiting mouth. She just doesnt quit. Got canned as PD Chaplin for calling our officers racist for making logical observations, formed up a rally condemning an innocent man for shooting his attacker in self defense, and NEVER offered any apology when the man was acquitted of all charges, and now shes going off the deep end because some high school kids painted three Ks on a chunk of concrete. She WANTS racism to be alive and strong so she can fight it I think.

politricks:

Atup, just like parks director who says it is a one off .he should
Stick to rec and parks, not to opinion on social issues

Elizabeth G:

“We truly believe it was just kids that did this,” Sgt. Lisa Cotto said Friday.
Isn't that what we heard for years about the gang epidemic in Norwalk?

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