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Pittsburgh police receive two reports of verbal assault in Squirrel Hill – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2021-09-20 18:22:00 –

Police in Pittsburgh said they had received two reports of verbal assault on Squirrel Hill Monday morning. Police said the first man had been verbally attacked by an unknown man near the intersection of Murray Avenue and Nicholson Street around 6 am. Police said the victim reported that the man had shouted anti-Semitic comments to him. Around the same time, police said another victim reported that a man on Nicholson Street had faced him. Police said the second victim described a man worthy of a similar explanation and blasphemed him, but did not threaten him physically or verbally. Police said both victims were not injured. The suspect is described as a man 5 feet 8 inches tall to 6 feet tall and 3 inches tall wearing black clothes. Authorities said the investigation was underway.

Police in Pittsburgh said they had received two reports of verbal assault on Squirrel Hill Monday morning.

Police reported that the first man was verbally attacked by an unknown man near the intersection of Murray Avenue and Nicholson Street around 6 am.

Police said the victim reported that the man had shouted anti-Semitic comments to him.

Around the same time, police said another victim reported that a man on Nicholson Street had faced him.

Police said the second victim described a man worthy of a similar explanation and blasphemed him, but did not threaten him physically or verbally.

Police said both victims were not injured.

The suspect is described as a man 5 feet 8 inches tall to 6 feet tall and 3 inches tall wearing black clothes.

Authorities said the investigation was underway.

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