Swastikas found drawn on front porch of Flatbush home

A disturbing discovery on a Flatbush home is under investigation as swastikas were found drawn on the front porch.
The discovery was made Monday, according to police, but the offensive drawings are still visible on the home’s front porch.
The NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating following the 911 call received around 11 p.m. Monday at the home on East 18th Street between Avenue J and Avenue I.
Arriving officers say a man told them when he arrived at the home he saw anti-Semitic drawings on his porch railing. Three swastikas were visible on the porch, but two of them appear to be drawn incorrectly.
No one answered the door at the home Wednesday, and there was a stop work order on the home.
Neighbors tell News 12 a family is in the process of moving in. Those News 12 spoke to were disgusted to hear what happened
Anyone with information is asked to call police.