Antisemitic flyers found in South Florida on Wednesday

Parkland, FL - For the second day in a row, antisemitic flyers were found in a South Florida neighborhood on Wednesday.

The flyers were found in Parkland, a day after similar flyers were found in Brickell.

Parkland resident Paul Stuart spoke with 7News about the flyers, telling the outlet "there’s just no reason for it whatsoever. I just don’t get it. I couldn’t make heads or tails out of it. I didn’t even bother looking really at it, so I just figured it was some kind of stupid advertisement and threw it away.”

Investigators say the pamphlets were found in plastic baggies filled with corn; and referenced gun control and immigration, while showing faces of prominent people with the Star of David on their foreheads.

Detectives found similar flyers filled with hate speech across the Parkland neighborhood.

Wednesday's flyers adds Parkland to the list of communities which have seen antisemitic flyers over the past year.

Similar flyers have been found at homes in Coral Gables and Miami.

Several South Florida Police agencies say no crime has been committed, but BSO investigators are asking anyone with information regarding the flyers to contact them.

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