Police release video of anti-Semitic egg attack in Brooklyn

Kimberly Dole
November 11, 2019 - 9:14 am
Suspected Egg Thrower in Brooklyn



NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- Police are investigating several hate crime incidents in Brooklyn.

According to police, a religious facility that includes a synagogue, girls school, a bus and several residences on Dahill Road were egged on November 9th.

Boro Park Shomrim released a home video surveillance via Twitter of the egging of the synagogue where the camera recorded a group walking by and once the synagogue door begins to open, one person walks back toward the building and throws an egg into the synagogue.

Video footage from a home on 38th Street also captured three kids on the street with one throwing an egg toward a 38-year-old woman as she walked up the stairs.

The NYPD said no one was hurt, and say that the Hate Crime Task Force is investigating the attacks.

Shomrim also released a video of a group of boys they say were allegedly targeting Jews and throwing eggs at a Jewish woman walking with a child outside of Dome playground on 38th Street on Sunday afternoon in Crown Heights.

The boys can be seen running away and of of them jumps on top of a car as escapes.

So far there have been no arrests made and police are not sure if the same group of people are responsible for all of the recent attacks. 

Police have released video of one man throwing an egg at the door of the synagogue as it was opened.