By Mike DeNardo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Hundreds of headstones at a Philadelphia Jewish cemetery vandalized in February have now been repaired.

Mayor Kenney got a tour of the restoration Tuesday morning.

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It made national headlines in February when someone knocked over 275 headstones at Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Wissinoming.

The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia raised nearly $300,000, and volunteers worked to lift and repair the monuments, says Federation CEO Naomi Adler.

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“These were very very heavy headstones, and in many cases they were shattered,” said Adler.

Adler led Mayor Kenney on a tour of the restored cemetery.

“People seem to have no respect, or no decency when it comes to honoring places like this that should be honored,” said Kenney.

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No one was ever arrested for the vandalism. The mayor said he’d look into repairing a city-owned fence that borders the cemetery.