Three gravestones have been overturned at a Jewish cemetery in northeastern Germany, police said Thursday, but they had no information on who was responsible.
Police in the port town of Stralsund said the stones near the entrance of the cemetery, which is usually closed to the public, apparently were overturned starting in mid-June. There was no other damage.
Authorities were investigating the incident.
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