The NYPD is looking at two egg attacks in Borough Park as possible anti-Semitic hate crimes.
The first egg-related incident took place on Saturday, police told the Daily News. Someone approached the Sanz Synagogue on Dahill Road and threw an egg. It struck a wall on the inside of the building, and the person fled the scene.
The following day, a 50-year-old woman was walking along 38th St. near 15th Ave. when three males approached from behind, police said. One of them threw an egg that struck her in the back.