Spate of anti-Semitic incidents riles Brooklyn residents

The NYPD is investigating yet another alleged hate crime in Brooklyn after swastikas were found scratched into a Williamsburg elevator. A slew of anti-Semitic incidents

WILLIAMSBURG - The NYPD is investigating yet another alleged hate crime in Brooklyn after swastikas were found scratched into a Williamsburg elevator.

A slew of anti-Semitic incidents have been reported recently in Brooklyn, among them the vandalization of the Avenue J train station in Midwood, where someone wrote "Avenue Jew."

Many residents say the incidents are disgraceful and very concerning.

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