The 19-year-old New Brunswick man charged in connection with a series of anti-Semitic attacks on North Jersey synagogues had a blueprint of a Camden County school marked for another attack and labeled “Project Anarchy,” according to a report on NorthJersey.com.
The school, John F. Kennedy Memorial Elementary School, is in West Berlin, Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli confirmed Wednesday night. West Berlin is a section of Berlin Township to the east of Gloucester Township.
Investigators found the blueprints of the school during a search of Aakash Dalal’s apartment, Assistant Bergen County Prosecutor Martin Delaney said at a bail hearing Wednesday, according to the NorthJersey.com report.
Prosecutors did not say how Dalal may have obtained the blueprints or why he allegedly focused on the Camden County school. There was no record of any related charges being filed against Dalal, a Camden County Prosecutor’s Office spokesman said Wednesday afternoon.
Bergen County prosecutors allege Dalal enticed 19-year-old Anthony Graziano, of Lodi, to firebomb synagogues in Paramus and Rutherford. In the Rutherford attack, prosecutors say Graziano tossed Molotov cocktails through a bedroom window while the rabbi and his family slept.
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