By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A store manager is working to remove anti-Semitic graffiti found on a Center City building.

The slur, which CBS3 blurred due to its offensive nature, was found on the back of an AT&T store at 15th and Walnut Streets.

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The store manager tells Eyewitness News he is working to get it removed as soon as possible. He says he isn’t sure who is responsible for cleaning up the spray paint but understands the serious nature of the situation.

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CBS3 has reached out to the Philadelphia Police Department to see if their agency is investigating.