$ 10,000 Bounty Offered For Information About Anti-Semitic Attack In Brooklyn

A $ 10,000 reward has been issued for information about an unknown individual who assaulted a Jewish man in Brooklyn on November 11.

The 25-year-old victim was reportedly assaulted by a man, around 19 years and five feet 10 inches, and yelled anti-Semitic statements before fleeing, according to The Algemeiner.

The NYPD has begun investigating and the Anti-Defamation League is offering a $ 10,000 reward for any information that may put the perpetrator behind bars.

“We are once again reeling in the wake of a possible anti-Semitic attack in Crown Heights, Brooklyn,” ADL NY / NJ Regional Director Scott Richman said in a statement.

“These incidents have a profound impact on the entire community, causing substantial trauma, fear and distress. We want all New Yorkers to know that these acts will not be tolerated or ignored. We hope this reward will provide information that leads to a speedy arrest.”

The assault is one of the few notable anti-Semitic incidents to have occurred in New York recently.

On November 10, just a day earlier, an individual drew swastikas on the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) turnstiles and signs at the Fort Hamilton Parkway subway station in Brooklyn.

The NYPD Hate Crime Task Force tweeted images of the individual and asked those who know the suspect personally to contact the police department as soon as possible.


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