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"We can't yet say who did it or what caused him to do it, but the police department is doing everything they possibly they can to put these crimes to a speedy end," she said.The NYPD similarly declined to comment on whether or not the incidents are targeting the Bukharian community.“The community needs to be proactive so the situation doesn’t escalate.” Get Jewish Week's Newsletter by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up Though no injuries have been reported, the blazes, targeting large construction sites, have affected neighboring homes more than once. 25, properties on both sides of the conflagration caught fire, said Borukhov. Though there have been seven fires, the police have only linked four of them to the suspect so far.Though officials declined to call the incidents hate crimes, members of the local Bukharian community held no reservations in doing so.
Koslowitz said she could not comment on whether or not the incidents were targeting members the Bukharian Jewish community.
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The fact largely overlooked by mainstream news coverage: All the buildings set ablaze belonged to Bukharian Jews, according to community leader Aron Borukhov.
“People are outraged and concerned,” said Borukhov, an attorney who has lived in the neighborhood with his wife and three children for the past 16 years. A surveillance video of the suspect, a man in a dark hoodie, was released last week; the 112th precinct is promising up to ,500 for information regarding the arson.