Suspect identified in Stratford graffiti case

Stratford police say they have identified the person they believe is responsible for anti-Semitic graffiti that was discovered in the town. The symbols were found

Stratford police say they have identified the person

Stratford police say they have identified the person they believe is responsible for anti-Semitic graffiti that was discovered in the town.

STRATFORD - Stratford police say they have identified the person they believe is responsible for anti-Semitic graffiti that was discovered in the town.

The symbols were found on many signs and even a home near the corner of Wilcoxson Avenue and Charlton Street on Saturday.

Police Chief Patrick Ridenhour says authorities have a suspect in the case and hope to make an arrest soon. Police say they are not sure when the arrest might happen.

The signs that were tagged were almost immediately replaced with new signs.

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