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Jewish Festival: Police and Google Review

jewish festival: According to police, the suspect vandalized a temporary hut built on the property known as a sukkah, used during the week-long Jewish festival of Sukkot, as well as a sign, according to CTV. In a news release issued Wednesday, police said they arrested Saeed Ahmad, 35, of the Town of Georgina on Tuesday at his residence. The incident, which is being investigated by York Regional Police's hate crime unit, occurred on Oct. 19 at the Chabad Jewish Centre near Richmond Park Drive and The Queensway South. He is charged with mischief in relation to religious property, police said. However, police have not confirmed if Ahmad is connected to the Google review. Earlier this week, a post on a Facebook page called the Chabad Jewish Centre of Georgina alleged that the same unknown suspect submitted a Google review of the centre featuring an image of Adolf Hitler and a man with a sword. ( As reported in the news.