NYPD security increases for Yom Kippur

Fear of a terror attack has the NYPD increasing security at several Brooklyn synagogues for Yom Kippur.Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says there haven?t been any

BROOKLYN - Fear of a terror attack has the NYPD increasing security at several Brooklyn synagogues for Yom Kippur.

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says there haven?t been any specific threats against any houses of worship, but police aren?t taking any chances. Many residents say they have become used to the police presence around the Jewish holidays.

Those within the community say in these times, houses of worship could be a terrorist?s prime target.

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