San Francisco police continue to keep a close eye on synagogues across the city after the deadly shooting at a synagogue near San Diego over the weekend.
That shooting killed one woman and injured three others.
On Sunday, as parishioners headed to their synagogues, there was a sense of anxiety.
Police tried to ease some of those fears by being present.
A local rabbi we spoke with says somehow, something more needs to be done to protect places of worship.
The Saturday shooting at the synagogue in Poway near San Diego comes just 6 months after the deadly synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh where 11 people were killed and 7 others injured.
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