(JTA) – The home of the Jewish family in Las Vegas was marked by anti-Semitic graffiti in what it said was an anti-Semitic incident.
Sarah Attia, the mother of three children, said she called the police after she found the swastika and phrase "Heil Hitler," which was exposed at the door of her apartment on Monday.
She was already planning to move to Israel when the incident happened, the Times of Israel reported.
The incident happened several days after several creatures were discovered that were sprayed into the home of the non-Jewish Las Vegas family. The police did not consider this incident a hate crime and said the likelihood of accidental assault by teenagers is likely, the Times of Israel said.
Attia, 27, speaks Hebrew and said she is open to being Jewish and has no doubt that her home was deliberately targeted, the report says. However, the police do not consider it a crime of hatred and believed that, according to media reports, the accidental attack of juveniles is more likely.
Police officers came to school in Chabad and said they would increase patrols in the area.
Attia told the Review Journal that she hopes vandalism is just a "stupid teenager who does not know anything better." A joke or no, it was not funny, she added.
Attica said Ynet was leaving the United States for anti-Semitism.