British Police said an incident in which the windows of a Jewish café in Edgeware, north-west London, were shattered was not the result of a drive-by shooting, as earlier eyewitness accounts suggested.
According to the Jewish Chronicle, the incident took place around 5:30 P.M. on Wednesday and left shattered windows.
According to reports, it was marbles that were hurled at the window, rather than bullets. The Jewish Chronicle quoted a Metropolitan Police spokeswoman as saying that "we do not believe it to be gunfire."
Community Security Trust said in a tweet that the incident could be related to other non-anti-Semitic crime in the area.
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