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Washington State community vandalized with anti-Israel slogans across dozens of buildings: police

Police in Washington state are searching for a suspect who destroyed more than 50 buildings calling for a “ceasefire” and “the liberation of Palestine.”

Dozens of business owners in Edmonds reported vandalism Saturday morning with their windows painted red with calls for an end to the Israel-Hamas war, according to a Facebook post from the Edmonds Police Department. .

“Overnight, posters and graffiti were placed on several downtown businesses (several blocks near 5th Main). The graffiti said 'Liberate Palestine' and 'ceasefire,' police posted.”

Police added that no threats were made against anyone or any group.

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Police are searching for a suspect in the Ceasefire vandalism. (Edmonds Police Department)

Joanne Archer, owner of Aria Studio Gallery, said: “I believe in freedom of speech and the freedom to say what you think and what you value in this life, but that doesn't stop me from moving onto someone else's property.'' I don't think that's justified.” fox 13 seattle.

Ms Archer added that someone had written “Stop the Occupation” on the window of her business.

FOX 13 News was able to obtain surveillance video from another business owner showing about five people wearing all black walking down the street around 2 a.m.

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Store destroyed in Edmonds, Washington

Edmonds police are searching for a suspect who desecrated about 50 buildings calling for “Liberate Palestine.” (Edmonds Police Department)

The video is currently in the possession of the Edmonds Police Department.

Police are working to identify the suspect seen in the video, but have not yet released any information about the suspect.

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