he Jewish War Veterans of the USA is offering $500 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of those who vandalized a vacant home on Valley Road.
The home, slated for demolition, was vandalized with racist and anti-Semitic graffiti some time between April 19 and April 30. The home sits on 10 acres and 400 feet from the roadway.
Mayor Michael Reina recently met with the group, including the state’s Commander Jeffrey M. Sohn.
“Someone out there knows something. Even the smallest bit of information can help bring those responsible to justice. This is more than just vandalism, this was an act of hatred. The good people of Jackson will not tolerate this inexcusable behavior and I’m confident we will work together to see that this does not happen again,” — Mayor Michael Reina
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Jackson Township Police Department at 732-928-1111.
This story first appeared on Jersey Shore Online