About 75 headstones toppled at Jewish cemetery in Nebraska

Police say about 75 headstones have been toppled and greater than $50,000 in harm brought on at a Jewish cemetery in Omaha, Nebraska.

The Omaha World-Herald reported the vandalism was carried out on the Temple Israel Cemetery in northeastern Omaha.

The incident was reported to police Tuesday by the cemetery’s government director, who mentioned the harm was carried out between October 31 and Tuesday morning.

The headstones had been pushed off their bases, and lots of had been damaged. Forensic investigators from the police division went to the cemetery to take photographs and doc the harm.

Native authorities provided a reward of as much as $1,000 for any data resulting in an arrest.

We’re needing help finding the people liable for vandalizing and destroying roughly 75 headstones at…

פורסם על ידי ‏‎Omaha Crime Stoppers‎‏ ב- יום שישי, 8 בנובמבר 2019

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