Antisemitic flyers turn up in Lake County neighborhoods, detectives seek tips

LAKE COUNTY, Fla. — Several Lake County residents recently reported antisemitic literature being left outside their homes, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office said.


Investigators said they’ve collected evidence in different parts of the county, mostly consisting of pamphlets left in plastic bags on lawns and driveways.

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While the case is active, officials said that because they already have multiple pieces of evidence, residents who find similar bags of literature may simply discard them.

However, anyone with surveillance video that might show a person or vehicle distributing the pamphlets is asked to contact the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.

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Investigators indicated the antisemitic literature appears to be part of an ongoing trend.

“This situation is not unique to Lake County and law enforcement agencies throughout the nation have encountered similar incidents.”

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