Cuomo: More swastikas found at Nissequogue River State Park

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Police say more swastikas and graffiti have been found at a state park in Kings Park.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the hateful symbols were discovered yesterday morning in an abandoned structure at Nissequogue River State Park.

It comes about a month after a jogger found swastikas and a white supremacist slogan in chalk on a bike path at the park.

Cuomo is now calling for the State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to expand their investigation.

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