Teenagers desecrated tombstones in Brooklyn

Teenagers desecrated tombstones in Brooklyn

Three teenagers desecrated dozens of tombstones racist remarks and other insults at Cypress Hills cemetery in Brooklyn on Tuesday morning. This was announced by the NYPD.

According to Amny, the police are looking for three males who are around 16 to 19 years. Teenagers sprayed with spray paint for about forty tombstones in the cemetery at 833 Jamaica Ave.

Police trying to track down three teens who vandalized Cypress Hills cemetery. And took selfies as they did it. #1010wins @NYPDnews pic.twitter.com/J3a1UzRMZp

— glenn schuck (@glennschuck) August 16, 2017

According to police, the Teens also damaged 15 crypts in the mausoleum and Memorial of the Abbey.

It soon became known that some of the inscriptions on the tombstones were racist. The operational group created by the new York police Department for investigation of crimes of intolerance, engaged in this incident.

The video, which shows young vandals, has already appeared in the network.