$2,500 Reward Offered in Monmouth Anti-Semitic Vandalism Case
Whoever splashed swastikas and hate-filled anti-Semitic graffiti throughout Manalapan earlier this month has so far evaded law enforcement. Now, a reward has been posted to speed justice along.
Members of the Jewish Federation of Monmouth County are offering $2,500 to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the person or people responsible for the ugly display in the Monmouth Heights development.
Residents in the community awoke the morning of September 6 to find red swastikas and other bias-laden graffiti that had been spray-painted late the previous night on cars, sidewalks, road signs, utility boxes and fences.
The investigation is being handled by Detective David D'Amico at the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office. If you have information that can help the probe, reach him at 732-620-2307. Or, call Manalapan PD Detective Thomas Mantle, 732-446-8385.