NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- Police officers in North Myrtle Beach are aware of anti-Jewish flyers being shared within City limits and across the nation.
The flyers are typically inside zip-top plastic bags that include rice, beans, or rocks to weigh them down.
The flyers have not been threatening, however, they are a nuisance.
NMBPD officers are investigating the flyers, as are law-enforcement agencies across South Carolina, and federal agencies across the United States.
If you find a flyer in your yard or on your property, throw it in the trash, where it belongs.
The City of North Myrtle Beach condemns hatred in all its forms, including antisemitism. There is no place within the North Myrtle Beach community for hatred. City leaders, along with the NMBPD are committed to keeping the City of North Myrtle Beach a safe place to live, work and visit.