Police in Beverly Hills are investigating a break-in and vandalism earlier than daybreak Saturday at one of many metropolis’s largest Iranian-Jewish synagogues as a hate crime. 

A number of rooms on the Nessah Synagogue had been “closely” ransacked and several other Jewish relics broken, in keeping with a police assertion. However the synagogue’s important scrolls survived “unscathed,” and the property wasn’t defaced with hate symbols or anti-Semitic writings, in keeping with police. Nothing seemed to be stolen.

Harm contained in the synagogue was “ugly,” one supply instructed the Los Angeles Occasions.

The lone suspect, who was carrying a backpack and pulling a wheeled suitcase, was captured on surveillance video.


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