SEA CLIFF - More than 100 concerned residents came out for a meeting today to address a rash of hateful vandalism that has sprung up around the streets of Sea Cliff.

As News 12 Long Island - has reported, swastikas and other hateful images were scrawled at seven different locations in Nassau recently. Police say one swastika was found in Great Neck, but the other six were spray painted in Sea Cliff, all within blocks of each other.The interfaith meeting was held today at St. Boniface Church. Local rabbis and the mayor of Sea Cliff were there to denounce the hateful vandalism. The mayor is calling for more patrols in the area, and Nassau police say they will have more officers on the streets until the vandals are caught. Anyone with information is urged to call Nassau Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS.Police: More anti-Semitic graffiti turns up in Sea Cliff