Jewish graves and tombstones desecrated in Randers

About 30 tombstones have been desacrated in a cemetery in Randers in northern Denmark, 14 on the Jewish part of the graveyard.

In addition, a lattice for a burial site worthy of preservation was moved apart.

East Jutland Police have been present at the cemetery to secure traces of vandalism.

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