WILMINGTON, Del. — Authorities say a vehicle in Delaware was spray painted with a swastika and several racial epithets.

The Wilmington Police Department says they are investigating the incident as a hate crime.

Police say officers found the spray-painted vehicle on Wednesday. Police say no other cars in the area were damaged. They say it appears to be an “isolated incident.”

Local news media outlets report that the car was marked with words such as “Go back to Africa” and “KKK.”

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