London police said an attack on a kosher restaurant in London on Wednesday was not a terrorist attack and probably was not anti-Semitic
No customers were in the restaurant when the sound of gunshots was heard. Further investigation suggested that windows of the Orli kosher restaurant had been shattered, “possibly by marbles” or objects other than bullet.
No one was injured.
The Jewish Community Security Trust tweeted: “At this stage we believe it probably wasn’t anti-Semitic but police are investigating.”
Police told the London Jewish News that up to four other buildings and cars not owned by Jews also were targeted, apparently by the same source. “It appears to be completely random” and there “doesn’t appear to be any obvious motive,” officials added.