Polish man remanded in custody over alleged arson, threats and antisemitic vandalism of house in Stamford Hill

Source: CAA

Stamford Hill, London – A Polish man has been
remanded in custody after being arrested on suspicion of two counts of arson
and the antisemitic vandalism of a house owned by a Jewish family in Stamford
Hill.

 

It is alleged that the man moved into the property as a
squatter, refused to move out and procured chemicals and weapons before saying
that he would stab members of the Jewish family that owned the property and
setting fire to bins outside two homes where he believed that they lived at
approximately 23:30 on Friday night.

 

Volunteers
from Stamford Hill Shomrim, the Jewish neighbourhood watch patrol, operate a
24-hour response service and went to the scene of the incident to assist police
in understanding the significance of the graffiti found there. There they found
what appeared to be illegal drugs and deranged graffiti, including hundreds of
Stars of David and the number 666, which in Christian numerology is used to
refer to Satan.