Chicago police searching for a bunch of males who bought on board a school bus, the place they hurled anti-Semitic slurs and threatened a number of children together with a 12-year-old boy within the West Rogers Park neighborhood on Wednesday, in response to officers.
The bus was dropping of Jewish elementary college students from an area Orthodox Jewish school when it occurred about 5 p.m. within the 2800 block of West Jerome Street, in response to Chicago police, who stated no one was bodily injured.
“At one stop, four men jumped on board, hurling anti-Semitic slurs and performed the “Heil Hitler” salute at terrorized children,’’ in response to an announcement from the Simon Wiesenthal Center,
After the boys threatened to harm the 12-year-old boy, they fled in an unknown route, police stated.
“The Simon Wiesenthal Center is urging anyone with information about the anti-Semitic incident to contact the Chicago PD or the Midwest offices of the Simon Wiesenthal Center,” stated spokeswoman Alison Pure Slovin, within the assertion, including: “This shocking incident took place on the anniversary of Kristallnacht, the Nazi pogrom that destroyed almost all synagogues across Germany in 1938. Many members of the Jewish community have family who lived through those horrors.”
The Simon Wiesenthal Center is a Jewish world human rights group devoted to imparting the teachings of the Nazi Holocaust and to combating anti-Semitism, in response to the assertion.
Area 3 detectives are investigating and no arrests had been made as of Thursday night.