On Tuesday, calls were made claiming bombs were set at three synagogues along the Jersey Shore. All were evacuated, but authorities found no signs of explosives. Now the NJ local and state authorities as well as the FBI are looking into the threats; MyFoxNY reports, "The person who made the threats is described as a man who spoke with what sounded like a Middle Eastern accent, police said." One resident told WCBS 2, "I'm wondering where this threat came from. I don't really believe it came from our own type of people. It sounds like it's an anti-Semitic type of thing." And because the synagogues were in Long Branch and Deal, some other locals wonder if the threats are some sort of revenge, since some of the figures from the NJ corruption probe—including rabbi Edmund Nahume and government informant Solomon Dwek—are associated with the synagogues.