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Police Release Photos of Suspects Who Left Suspicious Package with Anti-Semitic Markings Outside Rodeo Drive Store

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Image courtesy the BHPD
The Beverly Hills Police Department has released images gathered from surveillance video showing at least two suspects dropping off a suspicious package with anti-Semitic markings outside a boutique on Rodeo Drive this weekend.The package was found at about 11:40 a.m. Sunday in front of the Chanel store on the 400 block of N. Rodeo Drive, according to the BHPD.

Officers suspected the package contained explosives, and opted to evacuate the Chanel store and the surrounding area for about three hours in order to ensure safety and bring in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Bomb Squad, who examined the package and ultimately deemed it safe.

Now the BHPD is working with the FBI to determine the identity of the two suspects. In the footage, one suspect is clearly shown placing the box in front of the store while another suspect is seen taking a picture of the box once placed in front of Chanel.

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Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to contact the BHPD immediately.

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