Anti-Semitic Flyers Found in Lutherville (Again)
Police have said the flyers do not pose a threat.
A Lutherville resident earlier this week said her son discovered anti-Semitic literature by her mailbox on Norman Avenue.
A second woman—also of Lutherville—reported finding the same flyers on Seminary Avenue.
The flyers are also said to contain "end of the world" messages, according to neighbors who have seen them.
The issue surrounding these flyers was first reported by Patch in January 2012.
Baltimore County residents from Lutherville-Timonium, Reisterstown and Parkville all told police that they had found flyers on the streets or sidewalks near their homes.
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Police Capt. Matthew McElwee, commander of Baltimore County Police Franklin Precinct 3 in Reisterstown has said that this specific literature has been distributed in Baltimore County before.
Anyone who finds the offensive literature can report it to police using the Baltimore County iWatch program.
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