Tucson, Arizona 2021-06-08 20:00:00 –
Tucson police are investigating at some time on the weekend after the destroyer painted a red sw sw cross and an anti-Semitic slur on the entrance door of the northern synagogue.
Chabad on River, 3916 E. Fort Lowell Road followers found the hate symbol at 8 am on Monday, June 7, when they arrived early in the morning to teach a religious class, and rabbi ram oversees the congregation.・ Biggerman said.
“It’s very disturbing. The synagogue has been devastated in the past, but has never been the target of anti-Semitic graffiti,” Bigermann said.
Tucson police are seeking help from citizens to identify suspicious individuals in the area from Friday, June 4, 8 am to Monday morning.
This is the second vandalism at the Tucson synagogue in the last three weeks.
TPD is also investigating a stone thrown through the glass window at the front door of the Congregation Chavelim (5901 E. 2nd St.) on May 19.
So far, there is no evidence that the case was motivated by prejudice, police spokesman Sgt. Richard Gladillas.
Anyone who has information about any of the cases can call 88-CRIME to accept anonymous tips.
The sw sw cross case put many local Jews in a pinch during a period of similar incidents nationwide, said Graham Hoffman, chairman and CEO of the Southern Arizona Jewish Community Foundation. T.
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