Police in two Orange County cities were investigating antisemitic flyers that were distributed in local neighborhoods, authorities said Sunday.
At 1:20 p.m. Sunday, the Huntington Beach Police Department tweeted:
“We have been made aware of anti-semitic flyers distributed to a neighborhood in southeast Huntington Beach. We have been in communication with area residents & are actively investigating the situation & source.”
A short time later, police in Newport Beach tweeted a similar message, writing: “The Newport Beach Police Department is aware of the anti-semitic flyers that have been distributed in an eastern Newport Beach neighborhood. Our department is currently working with residents and actively investigating the incident.”
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No further information was immediately available.