Images of Hitler affixed to Guelph synagogue door


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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