Police: Suspect wanted for anti-Semitic vandalism in Westchester

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Westchester County police say anti-Semitic material was found in White Plains on Tuesday, the eve of Yom Kippur.

They say it was found at the Garden of Remembrance in Downtown White Plains.

Westchester County Executive George Latimer released a statement saying, "We are enraged by this act and heartbroken that individuals would target members of our community on the most solemn day in their tradition."

State Sen. Andrea Stewart-Cousins responded to the acts saying, "We stand with our brothers and sisters in the Jewish community. We are all united and with clear and loud voices, we must let everyone know there is no place for this type of hatred."

No suspects have been named yet.

 

 

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