Sears apologizes, removes swastika ring from online store

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Sears got a tongue-lashing on social media Tuesday over a men’s swastika ring offered for sale online.

The outcry began Monday — and intensified Tuesday — after reports surfaced about the ring on Sears Marketplace, an online site that sells products from third parties. The ring was also available on other ecommerce sites.

Sears said it removed the ring, sold by CET Domain, from the website and apologized for the posting.

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