Highly credible sources tell YWN that investigators are now looking at a shooting incident of a Jewish-owned vehicle two weeks ago in connection with the terror attack in Jersey City.
The incident in question occurred on Route 1 and 9 exactly one week before the attack, when a Hasidic man – who happens to be a Misaskim Volunteer – noticed a U-haul van driving close to him in the area of Newark Airport.
Suddenly, the Jewish driver heard a smash and saw his passenger side window shattered. He figured something was thrown at his vehicle or a stone had jumped up from the highway. The U-haul exited the highway at the next exit, and the driver never reported the incident.
After the Jersey City terror attack, the man became concerned, and reached out to Rabbi Jack Meyer of the Misaskim Organization for assistance. Meyer in turn put the man in touch with the lead investigators of the terror attack.
On Monday, after searching his vehicle for a few hours, Detectives located a bullet in the roof of his vehicle.
The bullet was taken for forensics, and investigators believe this incident may be connected to the Jersey City attack.
Law enforcement are asking anyone with any information they think may assist them in the Jersey City investigation to please reach out to them immediately.
Additional information will be published when it becomes available to us.
(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)