Suspect sought after antisemitic graffiti spray-painted at two TTC stations

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Toronto police are searching for a man who allegedly spray-painted antisemitic graffiti at two TTC subway stations, and are investigating it as a suspected hate-motivated offence.

The first incident occurred in the early morning on Oct. 28, shortly after 12:35 a.m. at Finch Station, Toronto police said in a news release issued Tuesday.

Officers said a man allegedly spray-painted antisemitic graffiti on a wall near the station’s bus loop.

About 15 minutes later, at York Mills Station, police said another similar incident occurred, with the hateful graffiti being tagged on a wall at the station.

Police describe the suspect as being 20 to 25 years old. At the time he was wearing glasses, a black face mask, a black “Carhartt” hooded sweater with white lettering on the left sleeve, a black baseball hat, black pants, black shoes and carrying a grey backpack.

Officers ask anyone with information to contact them at 416-808-3506 or leave an anonymous tip through Crime Stoppers.

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