Swastika found on Princeton sculpture second time this year
The Hedgehog and the Fox sculpture was vandalized again
The Department of Public Safety responded to a report that a swastika had been drawn on the the Hedgehog and the Fox sculpture near Lewis Library on September 18th, according to Director of Public Safety Paul Ominsky.
The swastika, drawn with a white waxy substance, was approximately 18 inches by 18 inches. The Princeton University Art Museum arranged for the drawing to be removed immediately, Ominsky told The Tab.
The Swastika was reported two days before Rosh Hashanah, or the Jewish New Year.
A smaller swastika was discovered on the same sculpture back in January. Another swastika had been drawn there in late 2015.
The case is still under investigation.