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La Toronto police investigating possible hate crime

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Firefighters and police received the call about of the fire around 6:00 a.m. Wednesday morning.

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The hate crimes unit Toronto police are investigating a fire that broke out early Wednesday morning at a Jewish-owned restaurant.

Toronto Police Staff Superintendent Pauline Gray believes the International Delicatessen Foods was targeted as an arson attack.

The words Free Palestine were written with a spray can on the back door of the facility in northwest Toronto.

Graffiti is also being examined as a possible hate crime.

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Staff Superintendent Pauline Gray, Toronto Police Service

This is not graffiti on a bus shelter. This is not a peaceful protest protected by constitutional rights. This is a criminal, violent, targeted, organized act, and it will receive the full attention of the Toronto Police Service.

A quote from Pauline Gray, Staff Superintendent of the Toronto Police

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Emergency services received the call around 6 a.m. and firefighters were able to extinguish the fire quickly. No one was injured.

The Office of the Fire Marshal and the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General are also assisting in the investigation.

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