Three teens broke into a Queens Cemetery and destroyed more than 40 headstones, knocking some over and spray painting derogatory words on others, police said.
Surveillance video shows the punks milling about inside the Cypress Hills Cemetery at around 12:15 a.m. Tuesday.
Police said the trio busted over 40 headstones and defiled a mausoleum. They also smashed several marble stones in front of 15 of the mausoleum’s vaults.
The teens used pink and purple spray paint to write offensive phrases on many of the head stones.
Many of the scrawlings were directed at the Asian names on some of the headstones, police said.
On one headstone engraved with the last name “CHEW,” the teens wrote underneath, “This d–k yo.”
Other headstones that included all Asian writing were tagged with the phrases like, “F–k Jackie Chan,” and “Ching Chong”
The boys also wrote on other stones words like “N—er,” “I hate sand N—ers,” and “F–k NYPD.”
Police found other indecipherable phrases that may be monikers used by the boys, and may help in identifying them. They include “Big Mac” DirtiFace” and “Damo.”
The teens are believed to be between 16 and 19-years-old.
The NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the incident, authorities said.