The centre was evacuated for two hours, but police said they determined there was no threat and the building was reopened that evening.
The Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver received another bomb threat Sunday morning - the second time in the past week.
Saying he was "profoundly disturbed and disgusted" by the threat, Cuomo said it "is a despicable and cowardly act that will not be tolerated in NY".
Last week's threat involved an email message, and that incident is still under investigation. The first threat was made on February 20, 2017. As New Yorkers, we will not stand by silently as some seek to sow hate and division. The Rochester center was evacuated due to a bomb threat. "NY is one family, and an attack on one is an attack on all".
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The Rochester center and the JCC of Greater Syracuse in DeWtt, both received threats earlier this week.
The threats came as the Jewish community celebrated the Purim holiday.
According to reports, the other threats to Jewish community centers were received in Milwaukee, Chicago, Indianapolis, Rochester, and Vancouver.
Sen. Chuck Schumer, a New York Democrat, called the bomb threat "despicable" given the center's service to the community.