Swastikas, trail of blood found at Fairfax-area senior center
LOS ANGELES (FOX 11) - Police were investigating after a trail of blood and swastikas were found near a senior center in the Fairfax area.
Police were called just before 7 a.m. Monday to investigate a large amount of blood in one of the restrooms at the Pan Pacific Senior Activity Center, located in the 100 block of South Gardner Street.
Two swastikas were also found on a cement wall, believed to have been written with the blood, police said.
A trail of blood could be seen through the park area. Bloodhounds were brought in to try and locate a possible victim, but no one was found.
The scene is in the same neighborhood of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust.
No further were not immediately released.