New York will investigate the vandalism at a Jewish cemetery in Rochester, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced in a statement on Thursday afternoon.

Cuomo, in his statement, said the State Police will be launching a “full investigation” into the vandalism at the cemetery, Waad Hakolel, which comes after a series of bomb threats called into Jewish Community Centers in New York.

“New York has zero tolerance for bias or discrimination of any kind, and we will always stand united in the face of anti-Semitism and divisiveness,” Cuomo said. “It is repugnant to everything we believe as New Yorkers, and we will continue to do everything in our power to bring to justice those responsible for these cowardly attacks on the values we hold dear.”

Cuomo is traveling to Israel this weekend following the spate of anti-Semitic vandalism and threats across the country. Speaking with a group of Orthodox Jewish students on Wednesday, Cuomo reiterated his push for $25 million in funding for security upgrades at Jewish schools and facilities.