BOCA RATON (CBSMiami) – A disturbing case of antisemitism is under investigation in Boca Raton after someone left  messages of hate outside of homes in a residential neighborhood on Wednesday.

U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch tweeted a photo of one of the antisemitic flyers, which had Nazi leader Adolf Hitler’s picture and the words, “Died fighting the human race’s eternal enemy, The Jew.”

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Rep. Deutch called the messages “vile antisemitism that must be universally condemned. And the cowards spreading this hate must be held accountable.”

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The flyers, placed in plastic bags filled with corn, were found on April 20, Hitler’s birthday.

Boca Raton Mayor Scott Singer also condemned the messages of hate.

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“Angry that this AM a cowardly hatemonger left anti-Semitic and pro-Hitler flyers in driveways at homes on four streets in our city. We fully condemn this vile hate. Boca PD investigating. Unusual here; unacceptable anywhere. We stand strong and united against all bigotry and anti-Semitism,” Singer said in a tweet.

CBSMiami.com Team