The Detroit Police (Michigan, USA) reported this Sunday that the investigation they are carrying out into the murder of Samantha Woll, president of the board of the synagogue of that city, has not shown that it was motivated by anti-Semitism.
“The investigation into Woll’s death remains ongoing. However, to date no evidence has emerged to suggest that the crime was motivated by anti-Semitism,” said the police chief. James E. White on social networks.
He also reported that he is working with the FBI for forensic analysis of the evidence they have regarding Woll’s murder.
Detroit Police responded Saturday to a call about an unresponsive person lying on the ground and was identified as Samantha Woll, who was murdered by multiple stab wounds.
A trail of blood at the site led them to her residence, where Woll, who chaired the synagogue board, is believed to have been murdered. Isaac Agree Downtown, in downtown Detroit