Police have made an arrest as an investigation into antisemitic graffiti outside a Leeds synagogue continues.
It featured a swastika symbol with the word “Kikes”, which campaigners described as being "chosen to wound its community as deeply as possible".
A post on social media suggested that there is other similar antisemitic graffiti daubed on the pavement outside the gate.
West Yorkshire Police today said that a man had been arrested in connection with that incident and a second the following day.
A spokesman said the second incident involved antisemitic remarks made to a member of security staff at the synagogue in Harrogate Road.
He said: "The arrested man has been released under investigation and enquiries into both incidents are ongoing."