At least a few people ended up stabbed on Saturday night in a property near to a synagogue in Monsey, New York, according to stories.
The assault took place just ahead of 10pm on Forshay Road in Monsey, tweeted Steve Lieberman, a reporter with the Journal News in Rockland county. Law enforcement ended up searching the area, Lieberman reported.
Some accounts of the predicament reported the attacker initially set upon people with a machete through festivities at a rabbi’s residence.
The NYPD Counterterrorism Bureau reported it was intently monitoring stories of various people stabbed at a synagogue in Rockland county. The Anti-Defamation League of New York and New Jersey reported it was knowledgeable of the stories and experienced someone on their way to the scene.
Monsey is about thirty miles north of New York City.