Anti-Semitic messages found on Chatham streets
Residents of Chatham say they found dozens of pieces of paper with hateful remarks written on them along the town's main street.
Authorities say the pieces of paper each had the same handwritten note that said "kill Jews." Police are trying to trace the source of the scraps of paper.
Neighbors say hate has no place in their neighborhood and downtown Chatham is known for its friendly community feel.Investigators say the messages have spread from Chatham to Summit and Millburn, all with the same message. Police from all three areas are investigating, and anyone with information should contact authorities.