Five houses in Nashville, Tennessee were targeted with antisemitic graffiti, including swastikas and white supremacist symbols, early Sunday.

Nashville Police are searching for two suspects accused of committing the vandalism, WSMV reported.

Surveillance footage from a doorbell camera from one of the defaced homes showed one of the suspects spray painting the camera on the porch, tearing down a flag, and then painting graffiti on the wall of the house. The second suspect was also captured in the recording.

The incident took place before 1:30 a.m. on Sunday, the Tennessean reported. Besides the graffiti and the flag being ripped, there was no other damage to property.

The Metro Nashville Police Department described the two vandals identified in the video as "two white males who had their faces covered,” according to Nashville Scene.

The vandalism took place at five homes on different streets in the Sylvan Park neighborhood, police said.

Police Chief John Drake has ordered increased patrols in the area and also at Jewish institutions in the city.

Nashville Mayor John Cooper said in a statement: "Nashville stands united against the hate and bigotry these disgusting acts represent. Grateful to Chief Drake and his team for their ongoing work to track down those responsible and hold them accountable. We will not tolerate antisemitism or discrimination of any kind in our city."

According to local reports, on Sunday afternoon, many residents of Sylvan Park gathered to remove the hateful graffiti, as well as to voice their opposition to what was described as the perpetrators' “intimidation tactics.”