Kosher restaurant window fired on in Paris

Marcy Oster

(JTA) — Bullet holes were discovered in the window of a kosher restaurant in Paris.

The attack Jan. 2 on the Grill House in the French capital’s 19th arrondissement, or district, comes after three similar attacks that occurred the last week in December.

Police have opened an investigation into the incident, which is believed to have been perpetrated by the same person, using an air gun, JSSSNews reported.

On Dec. 26, bullet holes were discovered in the window of a Jewish-owned printing shop in the heavily Jewish district in Paris. On Dec. 24, a bullet was fired at a synagogue. The following day, unidentified individuals shot an air gun at a kosher restaurant.