Police seek man who allegedly yelled threats at Jewish school students on North Side in January

Chicago police are trying to identify a man who allegedly yelled profanities and threats at a teacher and students at a predominantly Jewish school on the North Side last month.

Chicago police released these images of a man they are trying to identify in connection with the incident. | CPD

In a “seeking to identify” bulletin issued Saturday afternoon, Area Three detectives said the incident happened around 2:26 p.m. on January 13 outside Yeshivas Tiferes Tzvi Academy, 6317 North California, in West Ridge.

Police said the man yelled obscenities and “all of you should be killed” at “young students” and a teacher as he walked past the school.

The suspect is about six feet tall and is in his 40s, according to the bulletin.

Anyone with information about the man can contact Detective Rodriguez at 312-744-8261.

It is not clear why the bulletin was not released until February 5 when, according to CPD records, the police report was filed on January 14.

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