Police Investigate Latest String Of Anti-Semitic Attacks In Brooklyn

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November 11, 2019 - 7:57 am
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NEW YORK (WCBS 880) --  Police are investigating severeal anti-Semitic egging attacks that occurred over the weekend in Brooklyn.

A video released on Twitter shows footage of a group of boys throwing an egg through the open door of a synagogue on Dahill Road in Borough Park on Saturday night.

Minutes earlier, a group of three kids were seen on video throwing an egg at woman walking up some stairs on 38th Street. CBS2 reports two children, ages 6 and 14, were also hit with eggs in that incident.

A day later, a group of boys in Borough Park were seen throwing eggs at a woman Jewish woman walking with a child on 38th Street outside Dome playground.

One of the videos shows the suspects running away, with one boy jumping on top of a car as he made his escape.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo directed the State Police Crimes Task Force to assist in the investigations of the egg attacks, as well as the smashing of a yeshiva window Friday night in Crown Heights.