A police cruiser in the Miami, Florida area had its window shattered and was defaced with a vile antisemitic slur while it was parked outside a Chabad house.

The Hallandale Beach police cruiser was sitting outside Congregation Levi Yitzchok-Lubavitch, Chabad of South Broward as a security measure when a vandal smashed one of the car’s windows and scrawled “Kill the Chabad…Hitler greatest person” on it, according to Jewish Miami.info.

No damage was reported to have occurred to the Chabad center.

Police have launched an investigation into the incident, which Chabad of South Broward’s Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus described as a hate crime when contacted by the news outlet.

It was the second reported anti-Jewish hate crime that occurred this week in Florida. On Monday, a man from Lake Worth Beach was arrested for allegedly taking an elderly Jewish man’s kippah, throwing it onto the ground and punching him twice.

The suspect was taken into custody for battery and committing a potential hate crime, according to WPBF.

In response to mounting antisemitic incidents in the state, last week the Florida legislature passed an antisemitism bill that was signed into law by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

The new measures take aim at antisemitism by increasing penalties for harassment based on religious or ethnic heritage, including longer sentences.