Video shows suspect wanted in anti-Semitic graffiti in Crown Heights

The hate messages were discovered in an alley

The hate messages were discovered in an alley last weekend.

BROOKLYN - Surveillance video is giving the public a look at the person accused of tagging an alley in Crown Heights with anti-Semitic messages. 

Police say the man seen in the video spray-painted anti-Semitic messages, a swastika and hate words on Schenectady Avenue. 

A News 12 viewer sent in a picture of the graffiti last Saturday. It has since been cleaned up.

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