Antisemitic Graffiti Hits Borough Park
Borough Park, Brooklyn, NY – Three men were arrested Monday night by the
NYPD Hate Crime Task Force for vandalizing a Yeshiva property and a nearby
house in the Jewish neighborhood of Borough Park, Brooklyn, law enforcement
sources told JP.
The first incident was recorded on Saturday morning (Shabbos) at around
2:00 a.m., at a property located at 1758 58th street, currently under
construction. The three broke into the property and spray painted multiple hate
statements in the building, detectives said.
In one of the rooms on the second floor they wrote, “You don’t belong
here” and “Go out.” They also drew a
large swastika. After vandalizing the empty building, they went to the corner
of the street and broke into the ‘Oir Moshe’ yeshiva located at 1774 58 street,
but it’s didn’t appear they stole anything. They then exited the building and
spray painted a swastika on a bus parked outside and the word “go.”