Port St. Lucie police say they are investigating 3 separate incidents involving the posting of anti-Semitic and racially charged letters around the city.
Police said the first was Thursday when a letter containing anti-Semitic comments were taped to the entrance of the Temple Beth El Israel Synagogue on Bethany Drive.
Not long after that police said a racially charged hate-filled poster was found taped to a power pole near SE Floresta Drive and SE Chaloupe Avenue.
Then, today around 7:30 a.m., police said 2 racially charged, hate-filled posters were discovered on separate poles near the intersection of SE Floresta Drive and SE Evergreen Terrace.
Police ask anyone with information to contact them.