Cambridge Ceremony Honors Individuals Who Responded To Vandalized Menorah

Cambridge Menorah Lighting Ceremony

(Carl Stevens/WBZ NewsRadio1030)

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (WBZ-AM) — A ceremony was held on Cambridge Common Thursday evening, honoring individuals who responded after a vandal knocked over a large menorah Sunday. Those individuals put the menorah back up.

One of the first responders was Pulitzer Prize winner Ron Suskind, a journalist and author. Suskind said he needed help from a group of young men to put the menorah back upright.

“This diverse group of people — I was the only Jew in the bunch — we got together and we did something for the good of all, because moments like this are the things that we share,” Suskind said.

Cambridge police have yet to find the individual responsible for the vandalism.

WBZ NewsRadio1030's Carl Stevens (@carlwbz) reports 

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