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Police seek man for questioning over Norwalk anti-Muslim flyers

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Police in Norwalk have released a surveillance picture of a man they want to talk to after anti-Muslim flyers were distributed in SoNo last month.

He appears to be an older man with white hair and a beard, wearing a dark shirt and tan shorts.

Police are not calling the man a suspect.

Police say he might have seen who left the hateful flyers on car windshields at a city-owned parking lot.

"Anytime people put out messages that could be considered somewhat disturbing or hateful, we certainly take them seriously and investigate them to the full," says Lt. Terry Blake.

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