Antisemitism strikes New Jersey Jewish business, store front shot up
Howell, NJ – Gun shots on Oct. 27th shattered the store front of Elisheva, the largest women’s wig store catering to orthodox Jewish women in Howell, New Jersey.
Herb Celler’s employees walked into his business on October 29th, Monday morning, and found the gun shots through the store front. They called the Howell Police Department, which is investigating. The gun shots likely happened on Saturday, October 27th, when Jewish people are observing the Sabbath. Earlier that day, antisemitism also struck the Jewish community Pittsburgh.