MCPD Release Information Regarding Anti-Semitic Vandalism That Occurred in Bethesda and Kensington

by Patrick Herron

Montgomery County Police have released a summary regarding the anti-Semitic vandalism that occurred in Bethesda and Kensington on Sunday, August 7. County Executive Marc Elrich has also released a statement on the vandalism.

Per MCPD: On Sunday, August 7, 2022, at approximately 6:46 a.m., MCP officers responded to the Bethesda Trolley Trail located near Rossmore Dr. and Fleming Ave. in Bethesda for the report of a vandalism that occurred earlier. Officers arrived at the scene and found anti-Semitic writing on the Bethesda Trolley Trail near Rossmore Dr. and Fleming Ave. and on the footbridge off of Rossmore Dr.

Officers also located anti-Semitic writing on the footbridge off of Fleming Local Park in the 9900 block of Fleming Ave. and on the footbridge across from Bradley Blvd. and Arlington Rd. On Sunday, August 7, 2022, at approximately 9:16 a.m., MCP officers responded to St. Paul Park in the 10500 block of St. Paul St. in Kensington for the report of an anti-Semitic poster.

No one has been arrested. Montgomery County Police and the Maryland-National Capital Park Police are investigating these incidents. This is an active and ongoing investigation.

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