UPDATED: September 26, 2014 1:57 p.m.

BALTIMORE (WNEW/AP) — Baltimore County Police are investigating a report of an anti-Semitic incident.

Police say three men reported walking Thursday evening along Old Pimlico Road, about 9 miles northwest of downtown Baltimore, when a car approached them. As the car came closer, they say they saw the driver holding what looked like a BB gun or an air rifle outside the car window.

They say the man then yelled “Jews, Jews, Jews,” and fired the weapon in their direction. The man then fled.

Police say the three men were not hurt.

Police say they found a pellet hole in the glass of a window at Bais Hamedrash Mesivta of Baltimore, a private school for Jewish boys.

Pellet hole in glass of a window at Bais Hamedrash Mesivta of Baltimore. (Photo: Karen Adams/All-News 99.1)

Pellet hole in glass of a window at Bais Hamedrash Mesivta of Baltimore. (Photo: Karen Adams/All-News 99.1)

Police are looking for the armed man described as a white man with brown hair and a dark complexion driving a black and white Toyota Corolla or Prius.

Officials urge the community to call police if you know anything about this incident.

WNEW Annapolis Bureau Chief Karen Adams contributed to this report. Follow her and WNEW on Twitter.

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