Man with swastika tattoo punched man, called victim racial slur

Man with swastika tattoo punched man, called victim racial slur
NAMPA, Idaho (KBOI) - Police are looking for a man with a swastika tattoo who punched a man and called him a racial slur.

Police say a man was walking near Greenleaf and High Street in Nampa when a dark, two-colored older passenger car pulled up along side him.

One of the people inside the vehicle, got out and struck the man and made a racially charged comment to the victim.

The suspect in the case is descried as a white male, approximately 5’ 10” tall with dark hair. The suspect has several tattoos, including a swastika and a skull wearing a helmet or hat.

Nampa PD says the sketch is a depiction of some of the characteristics of the suspect and is not intended to be an exact likeness of the suspect or the tattoos.

The other occupant of the vehicle is described as a white male approximately 6’ 2” tall in his 20s with dark hair and a goatee.

Anyone with information is asked to call 343-COPS