"But the fact that there's so many it leads one to think it could have been targeted", Mallin said.
For the first time since the election of U.S. President Donald Trump, Israel's Foreign Ministry, issued a statement on the cemetery desecration - the second to occur in as many weeks.
The attack comes almost a week after authorities in St. Louis said vandals there damaged 154 headstones at a suburban Jewish cemetery. "Full confidence United States authorities catch and punish culprits". Police said a vandalism report came in just after 9.30am.
Recently, Jewish centers across the country have been experiencing an increased number of threats.
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He retired after the 2014-15 season for Toulon in France, with O'Connor as a teammate, but has returned to action this season. A police source told Reuters that they were taken into custody and were expected to be held for up to 24 hours.
"The anti-Semitic threats targeting our Jewish community and community centers are frightful and are painful and a very sad reminder of the work that still must be done to root out hate and prejudice and evil", he said.
Tom Wolf (D) called the vandalism a "cowardly, disturbing act" Sunday afternoon, stressing the importance of finding the perpetrators.
"In light of the bomb scares, online harassment, physical vandalism, death threats and other hate crimes, there is a simple question at hand that Americans of all faiths deserve an answer to - what is the Trump Administration going to do about the recent surge of anti-Semitism?"
Nahshon added: "Vandals target Orchard Park cars, bridges with Nazi and racist graffiti in Buffalo".
The spray-painted swastikas and slurs were discovered on Saturday morning and were believed to have been painted late on Friday night, according to reports.