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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police on Monday were looking for a man who targeted the Orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn with a paint ball gun, in what is suspected to be a hate crime.

As Ilana Gold reported, CBS2 obtained exclusive surveillance video of the incidents.

The problems started at 1:45 a.m. Monday, June 29, at the Bondo’s 24 supermarket at Lee Avenue and Rodney Street in Williamsburg, and surveillance cameras captured the scare.

A man is seen on the surveillance video wearing black and standing outside with a group. He suddenly flinches after hearing what he thought was a gunshot.

The men look up and realize a paintball hit the awning right above them.

“I was shocked that something like this could happen,” said supermarket owner Solomon Bondo.

Bondo cleaned up the green paint from the building. But the impact was so strong that it left a dent, and…

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