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Deputy Commissioner Col Blanch said police were working to ‘stamp out’ anti-Semitism in Perth

WA Police have slammed anti-Semitic posters found plastered across Perth’s northern suburbs, vowing to crack down on racism relating to the escalated violence in the Middle East.

Police released CCTV footage of a wanted man yesterday after racist posters — depicting imagery hostile towards Jewish people — were found in the Sorrento, Marmion and Watermans Bay areas over the weekend.

Deputy Commissioner Col Blanch this morning said officers were working to get to the bottom of the incidents and “stamp out” racism in the community.

“We don’t tolerate this type of behaviour in our community and we don’t tolerate racism,” he told 6PR.

“We know that the public are out there seeing anything that looks out of the ordinary will call up and we can put an end to this as quickly as we can.”

When asked whether anti-Semitism was a growing issue in WA, Mr Blanch alluded to the incident being potentially related to the escalated violence between Israel and Palestine.

“There’s obviously some international heightened tensions at the moment as we all know,” he said.

“But certainly this is WA, this is a community that we all want to live in we respect diversity we just want to get about our lives. We won’t tolerate it, we’ll stamp it out.”

Anti-Defamation Commission chairman Dvir Abramovich said yesterday the revolting and despicable graffiti confirmed anti-Semitism was creeping into daily life.

Read the article in The West Australian.