The remains of a slaughtered wild boar were left on the steps of the Chabad of Saint-Brice-sous-Foret synagogue, north of Paris yesterday morning, the Algemeiner (Jewish) website reports today (January 19, 2014).
Chabad Rabbi Shalom Dovber Amram arrived at the house of worship at 8 a.m. and discovered on the doorstep pieces of a small butchered boar.
The rabbi alerted local municipal workers to clean up the remains, and the police were notified.
Police arrived at the scene at about 11 a.m. They discovered that parts of the animal had been moved, but not entirely removed by the city staff. Police are investigating the incident, beginning with a review of the synagogue and municipal surveillance systems.