Broward County

BSO Investigating Anti-Semitic Pamphlets Left at Parkland Homes

Officials said they were alerted by a resident in the 6700 block of Northwest 63rd Way who'd found a baggie containing an anti-Semitic pamphlet and corn kernels on her driveway

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The Broward Sheriff's Office is investigating anti-Semitic pamphlets that were left at several Parkland homes on Tuesday.

Officials said they were alerted by a resident in the 6700 block of Northwest 63rd Way who'd found a baggie containing an anti-Semitic pamphlet and corn kernels on her driveway.

"Deputies discovered that baggies with similar hate speech directed at people of the Jewish faith were left at several other homes in the neighborhood," BSO said in a statement. "The pamphlets referenced gun control and immigration and showed the faces of prominent politicians with the Star of David on their foreheads."

BSO's Threat Management Unit is trying to determine who left the pamphlets.

Police in Miami and Coral Gables said Tuesday that they were also investigating anti-Semitic flyers found by residents.

Back in January, similar flyers were left at homes in Miami Beach and in Surfside.

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