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Note referring New Zealand attack left at California mosque fire scene

DNA Monday, 25 March 2019
Nobody was hurt, and members of the Islamic Center of Escondido were able to extinguish the small blaze before firefighters.
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News video: Arson Suspect Accused of Setting Fire to California Mosque, Leaving Behind Graffiti Referencing New Zealand Attacks

Arson Suspect Accused of Setting Fire to California Mosque, Leaving Behind Graffiti Referencing New Zealand Attacks 02:04

Police are searching for an arsonist suspected of starting a fire at an Escondido mosque and leaving graffiti referencing the deadly attacks at two mosques in New Zealand.

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