TACOMA, Wash. - After finding a swastika and the letters "KKK" carved into the side of her car door, Katrina Johnson had enough, and called police.
The Tacoma African-American woman said she has found the same racist messages around her cubicle at work.
"It's 2009," said Johnson. "It's just sad I'm even having to deal with this".
Johnson is an office clerk at Northwest Cascade, Incorporated, a porta-potty company in Puyallup.
Johnson said the graffiti started appearing around her cubicle about two weeks ago.
Monday, Johnson called police after she said her car was vandalized the office parking lot.
The vice president of the company told KING-5 News they are taking the accusations seriously, and are cooperating with police.
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