Palm Beach Police evacuated a synagogue in Boca Raton, South Florida, momentarily today, after sending a suspicious package.
According to this agency, a specialized team went to the synagogue, located in a residential area of this city north of Fort Lauderdale, to investigate the package and see if it was a threat.
The authorities allowed shortly after the reopening of the property, in which at that time were a few employees, without disclosing the contents of the package.
After the massacre perpetrated at the end of October in a synagogue in Pennsylvania, which ended the lives of eleven people, the governor of Florida, Rick Scott, ordered the state security forces to increase vigilance in Jewish religious centers. (EFEUSA) .-