Jewish leaders: “There is no room for symbols of hatred anywhere in Orange County"

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Jewish leaders are speaking out after anti-Semitic graffiti was found at a Warwick skate park.

In a statement, Chabad Orange says in part, "A skate park is a place to promote unity, friendships and create memories…there is no room for symbols of hatred anywhere in Orange County."

Police have not responded to News 12 phone calls for a comment.

 

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