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A leading British Jewish advocacy organization is warning of increasing occurrences of swastika graffiti in the city of London.

On Saturday, a swastika inside a heart was found spray painted on a tree in the Kilburn district of north west London, Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) reported.

A photo posted to Twitter showed the orange swastika inside a pink hart on the trunk of a tree at around three feet from ground level.

Earlier in the week, a swastika was found on a wall in Watford, the advocacy group said.

They noted that Home Office data shows that over five hate crimes on average occur against Jews every day in England and Wales.

“Jews more than five times likelier to be targets of hate crimes than any other faith group,” CAA said.