COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WJZ) — Police have arrested and charged a University of Maryland student who allegedly sent anti-Semitic text messages to another student on its College Park campus.

The University of Maryland Police said a student reported that she received anti-Semitic messages from a person she did not know.

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Through an investigation, a detective was able to identify the suspect who allegedly sent multiple messages to the victim because of her religious beliefs.

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Muqarrab Ahmed Abdullah has been charged with electronic communication harassment, telephone misuse, race/religion crime.

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Credit: UMD Police

Police released a mugshot of Abdullah later Sunday evening.