'N------ Go Home': Vandals target black woman's new home in wealthy Maryland town
Racist graffiti scrawled on garage door (Montgomery County Police Department)

A black woman in Chevy Chase, Maryland, had racial epithets spray-painted on her garage door shortly after moving into her new home, according to police.

On Monday morning, a neighbor noticed the vandalism on the woman's garage door. It read: "N------ Go Home."

The victim and the neighbor removed the racist graffiti together, Montgomery County Police said.

Investigators believe the incident occurred sometime between 2 p.m. Sunday and 7 a.m. Monday.

Captain Paul Starks told WTOP that the woman had moved into her new home "a little over a week ago."

The Daily Mail noted that Chevy Chase is one of the most affluent towns in the United States, with a median income of $250,000.