Rural couple wonders if graffiti was aimed at them
About three weeks ago as she drove to pick up a friend and then head to an artists’ meeting in St. Paul, Deana Pass saw the symbol on the back of a stop sign.
Two weeks later she saw the second one on a stop sign much closer to her town of Martell home.
The drawings -- crudely formed swastikas splashed with orange paint -- were especially upsetting to Pass.
She and her husband Franklin are both Jewish. As far as she knows, they are the only Jewish family in the area.