MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A swastika and “other offensive graffiti” was removed from Concord Elementary School over the weekend, Edina Public School officials said in a statement to families. A coat of fresh paint now covers the graffiti on the playground shed, a post in a Facebook group affiliated with the area said.

Superintendent John Shultz said the graffiti was quickly removed and Edina police apprehended the suspect. The suspect is not believed to have a direct connection to Concord Elementary School, located at 5900 Concord Ave.

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Shultz said such actions are not tolerated in the schools.

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“The future-readiness of our students depends on their ability to work collaboratively with others from vast numbers of cultures, religions and backgrounds,” Shultz said in the statement sent to families.

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The school says it partnered with the Jewish Community Resource Council for guidance through the incident.