The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating the appearance of apparent anti-Semitic graffiti at a building used by two Chabad-Lubavitch programs in the heart of the Jewish community in the western section of the city.

According to a report in The Jewish Journal, Rabbi Eyal Rav-Noy, director of the Jewish Learning Academy on Pico Boulevard, arrived the morning of Aug. 23 to discover swastikas and profanity scrawled on the door of his building, as well as on other exterior surfaces. He told police that it must have happened the previous night, as he was conducting Shabbat services at the location the day before and didn’t notice a thing.

Rav-Noy, whose program shares the space with the local chapter of the Friendship Circle, which pairs teenage volunteers with children with special needs, said that it was the first such incident he’s dealt with in the three-and-a-half years he’s maintained a lease at the location.