More antisemitic propaganda discovered in South Florida, this time at the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office headquarters.
A PBSO spokeswoman says the ziploc-style bags filled with wood chips and antisemitic message were left on vehicles in the employee parking lot and found Sunday morning. This incident comes on back of baggies filled with antisemitic propaganda being left in driveways of homes in Boca Raton earlier this month and a swastika being projected onto the AT&T building in downtown West Palm Beach that same weekend.
The incidents are under investigation.
Meanwhile, a rally was held on Saturday night outside the same AT&T building where the swastika was projected.
Palm Beach County Mayor Gregg Weiss attended the event with other Jewish community leaders.
The mayor says he and other leaders plan to hold a round table on Tuesday to discuss creating laws that could keep antisemitic incidents from happening in the future.