This undated photo of Anthony Graziano was released by the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012 in New York.
A 19-year-old New Jersey man is accused of tossing explosives into two synagogues, including one in Rutherford where a rabbi and his family were sleeping, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli identified the suspect as Anthony Graziano, of Lodi, N.J.
Authorities believe he acted alone in both attacks, a week apart, and was motivated by anti-Jewish bias.
No one was seriously injured when several objects, including a rigged aerosol can and a Molotov cocktail, were thrown into the synagogue in Rutherford on Jan. 11, but Graziano has been charged with first-degree attempted murder, bias intimidation and aggravated arson in that attack.
The building houses Congregation Beth El, a school, and a residence where Rabbi Nosson Schuman lives with his family.
One of the firebomb devices crashed through Schuman's second-floor bedroom window at about 4:30 a.m., burning him on the hand. His wife, five children and mother- and father-in-law escaped unscathed.
In the Paramus attack on Jan. 3, Graziano is charged with first-degree aggravated arson and bias intimidation.
Authorities released photos of a possible suspect last week. He was seen on surveillance video wearing a red and black track suit, black sneakers and a red wool skullcap. He was carrying a camouflage backpack.
Prosecutors say they received several tips after releasing the photos, and confirmed it was Graziano on Monday.
It was not immediately known whether he had an attorney.
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