Danville police said it received calls Sunday reporting someone left antisemitic flyers on residential driveways around town.
A statement posted to the Danville Police Facebook page said: "These leaflets fly in the face of our values in Danville. Our town's mission statement focuses on providing services that make people's lives better. In pursuit of that mission, we are committed to inclusivity, welcoming families, and people from all backgrounds to live, work and visit."
"We value dialogue and respectful differences of opinion. Our differences can make us stronger; however, respect is the key. We will not condone or tolerate violence, intimidation, or hate in any form. We are committed to making Danville a safe place for all where we celebrate diversity, dignity, and equality for all members of our community," the statement said.
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Sunday's incident marked the second time in recent months that individuals have distributed antisemitic flyers in the Bay Area.
Bay City News contributed to the report.