Gay slurs, swastikas found drawn in Queens park

Cops are trying to lane down a hate-filled vandal who scrawled swastikas and anti-gay epithets on trees and rocks inside a Queens park, officials pronounced Thursday.

City Parks workers detected the messages in Forest Park circuitously Park Lane South and 112th St. in Kew Gardens about 4 p.m. Tuesday.

The sick difference were created in yellow, white and red mist paint, police sources said.

The epithets enclosed “I Kill GAY PPL,” according to the sources and photos on the NYC Park Advocates blog Walk in the Park, which first reported the vandalism.

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Several swastikas were also drawn on circuitously trees, police said.

The whole area was dirty with condom wrappers, the blog noted.

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