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  • Our sanctuary becomes a victim of vandalism
From CNN.com:
The Congregation Chaverim Synagogue in Tucson, Arizona, was vandalized earlier this week, the city's police department said.
Former Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords and Arizona state Rep. Alma Hernandez, who attend the synagogue, confirmed it had been vandalized.
"It's heartbreaking to see such a disgusting act in a place where so many are meant to feel safest. Despite these actions, we will not be shaken," Giffords tweeted.
"Hate has no place in Arizona," she added.
Tucson Police Sgt. Richard Gradillas said a "rock size hole" was found in a glass door at the synagogue but the hole was not large enough for anyone to enter. The building was "secure" Tuesday night and the damage was found Wednesday morning, he said.
Police have not identified a suspect, Gradillas said.
CNN's Mirna Alsharif, Christina Zdanowicz, Sarah Moon, Stella Chan, Amanda Watts and Miguel Marquez contributed to this report.

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