Anti-Semitic Signs Found in Algoma
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Algoma--The FBI is investigating what it calls a hate crime in Algoma. Six anti-semitic signs were found scattered throughout the city in the early morning on July 30th.
The signs were large and hand painted. Four signs were found on public property near the Algoma welcome sign and the Chamber of Commerce building. Two were found on private property in someone's front yard. The owner could be a possible target.
Algoma Police Cheif, Terry Magno said they are patrolling a certain area in town where the husband and wife live and they're keeping a close eye on their residence.
Algoma has a small Jewish population with only about a half-dozen people practicing the faith. The Anti-Defamation League is offering a reward of $1,500 to anyone who can offer information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible.