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A Pennsylvania man was arrested in Hawaii on Thursday, less than a week after he allegedly vandalized the inside of a Southern California synagogue.
Anton, Nathaniel, Redding, 24, was charged with the vandalism of a religious property and commercial burglary, with a penalty enhancement for a hate crime for allegedly breaking into the Nessah Synagogue in Beverly Hills, california late on Friday night, according to the Beverly Hills Police department, The Los Angeles Times reported.
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Salvation tore up a Torah scroll and prayer book, and “moved into the shrine, a heavy examine of the interior, the police, the report said, according to the Jewish Telegraph Agency.
“I said we were going to catch this guy, and we did,” Beverly Hills Mayor John Mirisch said in a statement, according to The Times. “The car that we believe it is a sacred place profaned, on Shabbat, and is now in custody, thanks to the excellent work of the Beverly Hills Police department.”
“This cowardly attack strikes at the very heart of who we are as a community,” he said, according to JTA. “It’s not just an attack on the Jewish community in Beverly Hills, california; it is an attack on all of us.”
The mayor has said the Rescue and flew to Hawaii after the attack.
He was arrested in the Kona, the Hawai’i County Police Department after they were alerted that he was wanted on a felony delivery charge, Big Island Now reported.
The rescue was captured on surveillance video, was identified as a suspect on Tuesday, KABC-TV in Los Angeles reported.
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He was being held on the island without bail, pending extradition to California.