Two teenagers were busted Monday for drawing swastikas and racist graffiti on homes along one Brooklyn block.
Jarrick Wiltshire, 18, and Daul Moultrie, 17, both of Brooklyn, face aggravated harassment for scrawling the hate symbol on houses on Garden Place near Joralemon St. in Brooklyn Heights on Oct. 30 about 9:30 p.m.
Police released photos Saturday of two males taken at the scene of the heinous drawings. One held a small, white object in his hand, though police couldn’t confirm if it was the chalk used to draw the swastikas.
Police also found the N-word written on a residence on the same block, though they don’t believe it’s connected to the swastika graffiti.
Reports of anti-Semitic graffiti around the city have risen in the last month, cops said.