CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Police are investigating after two local Jewish centers received anti-Semitic voicemails last week.
The Heights Jewish Synagogue received two anti-Semitic messages that were left on the center's voicemail system. One of the messages was received on Jan. 19, according to University Heights police.
Rabbi Raphael Davidovich and the center's president, Rob Altshuler, released a statement regarding the hate-fueled incidents:
Police have classified the incident as "ethnic intimidation" and "harassing communication."
A Jewish temple in Mayfield Heights received a similar message recently.
The Temple Israel Ner Tamid, located on Lander Road, received a hateful, anti-Semitic message on Friday, Jan. 19, according to Mayfield Heights police.
Investigators have not determined if the incidents are related.