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Davis Mosque Vandalized; Hate Crime Suspected

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DAVIS, CA — Windows were shattered, bicycles were damaged and strips of pork were left at a local mosque over the weekend, leading police to investigate what may be a hate crime.

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DAVIS, CA — Windows were shattered, bicycles were damaged and strips of pork were left at a local mosque over the weekend, leading police to investigate what may be a hate crime.

On Jan. 22, Davis Police officers responded to the Davis Islamic Center regarding a reported vandalism. Upon arrival, the officers found that an unidentified suspect had used an unknown type device to shatter six window panes on the building exterior. The same suspect also placed strips of uncooked bacon on an exterior door handle and destroyed two bikes parked on the property.

Based on surveillance video from the scene, it appears the crime occurred between 3:45 a.m and 4 a.m. on the morning of Jan. 22.

he suspect is described as a white female adult, between 25-35 years old, 5’4″-5’8″ tall and about 160-180 lbs. The suspect has red/brown wavy hair and was seen wearing beige hightop shoes, gray or blue tight fitting pants, an off-white vest and an unknown color shirt with an unknown logo. The suspect also wore a black hat with an unknown logo.

Anyone who may have information regarding this incident is asked to call the Davis Police Department at (530) 747-5400.

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