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NYPD Searching for Duo Responsible for Antisemitic Vandalism

New York City police released surveillance footage of two people suspected of drawing antisemitic symbols on a Manhattan building late last month.

Shortly after 6 p.m. on February 27, the two suspects allegedly approached a building in the Civic Center in Lower Manhattan and drew three antisemitic symbols on the window of a building with red paint before fleeing, police said. 

Police described one suspect as a light complexion man last seen wearing a light-colored hooded sweatshirt, dark-colored pants and a jacket. The second suspect was described as a light complexion man wearing glasses, last seen wearing dark-colored clothing, police said. 

The Jewish advocacy group exposing and fighting Jew hatred, StopAntisemitism, tweeted about the pair, asking anyone with tips to call NYPD hate crimes.