BERKELEY, Calif. (KRON) — The Berkeley Police Department is investigating after swastikas were etched onto three cars over the weekend. BPD is investigating the incident as a hate crime.

The suspect or suspects scratched the symbols onto the side of three cars on the 1000 block of Monterey Avenue. The window of a fourth vehicle was smashed in with a brick. No one has reported seeing who committed the crime.

“Someone came along and keyed into three cars, swastikas, and also keyed the whole car, and they broke somebody’s window as well in a car down the road,” said Suzanne Fox, who was in town from Florida.

Other hate incidents took place in Pacifica last week, when suspects stole a Pride flag from a local school and drew a swastika on a child’s doll. The Pride flag was stolen from Oceana High School and the doll was defaced at Sunset Ridge School.

The doll was found in a classroom that had been completely ransacked, with furniture and toys strewn across the floor. Electronics and computer items were also stolen from the school.