A kosher butcher shop in Copenhagen was vandalized for the second time in a year.
The attack on the shop in the Danish capital occurred Wednesday night and was discovered early Thursday, the news website BT reported, based on a statement by the local police force.
At around 3:40 a.m., a patrol car reported that a brick had been thrown through the shop display window.
The previous attack, in April 2015, involved the scrawling of the words: “Jew pig” on the window.
But a police spokesperson told BT, “There’s nothing that points in a direction” of a hate crime in the investigation of the more recent attack.
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