NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police are investigating two possible bias attacks in Brooklyn.

Police said two Jewish teenagers were struck with paint balls at Morton Street and Juliana Place in Williamsburg Saturday night.

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The pair had been walking home from temple with their grandfather when they were attacked.

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One week ago, another Jewish man reported that someone shot him with a paint ball gun or threw paint on him, CBS2 reported. He had also been walking in Williamsburg at the time.

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Police have not said whether they believe the two incidents are connected.