Dozens of headstones smashed at Jewish cemetery in Russia

Dozens of headstones at a Jewish cemetery in the Russian city of St. Petersburg were smashed.

The perpetrators left no graffiti indicating that their actions were a hate crime, reported. Police are investigating the incident at the Aleksandrovskaya Farm Avenue cemetery and indicated they have no suspects.

The vandalized headstones were toppled either with a heavy work tool or were kicked over.

There is no security camera footage, the news site reported.


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