By COLlive reporter
We want Moshiach… everywhere.
Residents of the Crown Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn woke up on Friday morning to find numerous white stickers stuck on public and private property.
It appears that the square stickers were tagged over Thursday night on traffic lights, street poles, and even on storefronts.
They carry messages in both Hebrew and English about the coming of Moshiach, the slogan “Yechi” and some quotes from the Rebbe’s Sichos.
Crown Heights is currently hosting many Chassidim and Bochurim who traveled to New York for Gimmel Tammuz, yartzeit of the Rebbe. Some of the stickers read, the Rebbe “is alive and well.”
An official at the 71st Precinct of the New York Police Department said: “It’s considered graffiti and is a crime. We are looking into it.”