Czech police are investigating acts of vandalism and possible hate crime in Ústí nad Orlicí, eastern Bohemia.
On Tuesday night, a total of 15 buildings in the city were spray painted with swastikas and other far-right symbols.
The buildings defaced include the local theatre. Mayor Petr Hájek (Oušťáci) said it was the first such an extensive case of hate-driven vandalism in the city.
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