Jamie Mitchell lives in a good neighbourhood and did not expect to return home to see his son's vehicle sprayed with a swastika.
Jamie Mitchell lives in a good neighbourhood and did not expect to return home to see his son's vehicle sprayed with a swastika. Valerie Horton

Swastika on car among vandal's trail of damage

SEVERAL homes and cars in Wondunna have been defaced with offensive symbols and language after a vandal attacked the area armed with spray paint.

One home is believed to have had the words f*** you written across it, others were defaced with crude phallic symbols, while a car had a swastika, a symbol of Nazism, spray painted across its bonnet.

Jamie Mitchell's son is the owner of the car.

Mr Mitchell said it was disappointing to have that happen, particularly because it was his son's first car, which he had worked hard to pay for.

"He is busy setting up his new business, so he didn't discover it until (Sunday) morning," Mr Mitchell said.


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