Dozens of anti-Semitic flyers found in Bushwick, Queens

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Dozens of anti-Semitic flyers were found in Bushwick Wednesday.

Those flyers were found a few blocks near the Halsey Street L train station.

One of the signs showed a Star of David and a message that read “worthless [expletive] cancer filled Jew.” That obscene poster was found along Norman Street and in the neighboring section of Ridgewood, Queens. The NYPD's investigation has extended into both areas.

There was still a sign partially intact on the sidewalk Friday.

The NYPD Hate Crimes Unit is investigating. No arrests have been made.

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