Toronto cops seeking help in hate-motivated graffiti case

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Police need help identifying a man they say is responsible for separate instances of hate-motivated graffiti around Toronto.

Just after 6: 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 11, police say an unknown male spray-painted hateful graffiti in Leslieville, on the front of three buildings near Eastern Ave. and Knox.

Sources tell the Sun the graffiti was anti-semitic in nature.

Police also believe he’s responsible for similar graffiti near Front St. W. and John St.

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Police described the suspect as a six-foot, 220 lbs. male with a heavy build.

Anybody with information should call Toronto police at 416-808-5500 or lodge an anonymous tip via Crime Stoppers.

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