Victoria police have identified one suspect after anti-Semitic graffiti was discovered Tuesday at the entrance to the Chabad Centre for Jewish Life and Learning on Glasgow Street.
Police revealed few details on Friday, saying only that a suspect had come forward.
Centre staff contacted police Tuesday, removed the graffiti and looked at surveillance footage. Two people were captured on video, said police, who are continuing to investigate.
The graffiti has been removed and new messages of support have been posted.