Antisemitic slur reportedly written in snow on car in St. Paul
St Paul, MN – St. Paul police are investigating allegations that someone wrote antisemitic slurs in the snow on someone’s car in the Mac-Groveland neighborhood.
Police received a call about 4 p.m. Thursday from a resident who reported that someone had stolen a yard sign and wrote “KKK Jew” on snow that had fallen on a car’s windows, said police spokesman Steve Linders.
The vehicle was parked out front of a home in the 1400 block of Lincoln Avenue. Linders said the case remains under investigation, and that no similar incidents have been reported.
“Came home today to find our yard sign was stolen and this disturbing message was written on the car parked in front of our house on Lincoln off Pascal,” the woman said above a picture of the sign and car. “Police have been contacted.”
The woman said the yard sign that was taken read, “In this house, we believe: Black Lives Matter, Women’s Rights are Human Rights, No Human is Illegal, Science is Real, Love is Love, Kindness is Everything.”
Linders said it’s unclear whether there were any witnesses or surveillance videos of the incident. The allegation has to be investigated to determine whether it is a crime before it is further investigated to determine whether it’s a hate crime, he said.