Several headstones were knocked over and a dog was let loose at a Jewish cemetery in Tallinn, Estonia.
The incident occurred Saturday or Sunday in the Baltic nation’s capital city, according to a report by the Israel-based Coordination Forum for Countering Antisemitism.
On Monday, the organisation’s website published pictures from the cemetery showing overturned headstones and canine footprints on earth atop a burial plot.
The pictures and report did not mention any hate graffiti or other indications that the incident was a hate crime.
Estonia, which has very few antisemitic incidents, is home to about 2,500 Jews.
— CFCA – Coordination Forum Countering Antisemitism (@cfcantisemitism) June 24, 2019