During the two-year period there were 137 reports filed with the Malmö police, and the complaints ranged from graffiti swastikas to harassment and bomb threats.
Thomas Bull, who works at the hate crime police in Malmö, told the news program that none of the complaints which concerned threats or taunts against jews had led to prosecution.
The show reported that investigations were nearly always closed due to lack of evidence. Some years ago the police received 13 complaints against one suspect who had harassed a staff member at a Jewish community center. But the case was abandoned when the prosecutor determined that it could not be proved that the suspect had committed a crime.