Woman Claims Anti-Semitism In West Boca Raton

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A woman in Boca Isles North called the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office to report what she believes is a blatant act of anti-semitism.

The woman said someone used their finger tips to smear a swastika on the back window of her vehicle as well as the side window.

The complainant, who provided her address as a home that public records show is listed to Irit and Yosef Azoulay, said she “feels as though she is being targeted because she is Jewish and has a bumper sticker written in Hebrew on her back bumper.”

Investigators attempted to lift fingerprints from the vehicle but determined the “latent print” to be “of poor quality.”

There are apparently surveillance cameras pointed towards the driveway. It is unclear if a suspect image was captured. The case is currently listed as “inactive.”

 

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