Images of Hitler affixed to Guelph synagogue door

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Police are investigating after antisemitic graffiti, together with stickers bearing the picture of Adolf Hitler, have been discovered on the entrance doorways of a Guelph, Ont. synagogue.


On Tuesday, Guelph police launched images of a person they’re trying to determine in connection to the incident at Beth Isaiah Synagogue on Surrey Street West.


Police say a synagogue worker reported discovering the anti-Semetic stickers on the entrance doorways simply earlier than midday on Friday.


Surveillance video revealed a person arriving on the synagogue on foot round 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 5. Police say he positioned the stickers on the doorways after which appeared to {photograph} himself with the stickers within the background.


The man was carrying a darkish jacket with a sweater hood pulled up over his head, black pants, black boots, black gloves, a dark-coloured backpack and a balaclava-style masks over his face. He was final seen strolling northbound on Dublin Street South.


Anyone with info is requested to contact Guelph police.

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