Branches were used to form the symbol outside woman's home, police say.
Whether the act was intended as a prank or to send a derogatory message isn't clear, but someone recently wanted a Lower Macungie resident to see the swastika they placed outside. State police at Fogelsville said someone rang the doorbell of Lori Ann Kegley at 1659 Promise Lane several times about 1:30 a.m. July 9. Whoever rang the doorbell ran when the door was answered. However, the resident noticed that broken tree branches were used to form a swastika outside the door. The incident was classified as harassment. Police ask that anyone with information call them at 610-395-1438.