Swastika found painted in Gay Village, dubbed ‘despicable hate crime,’ prompts investigation

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    Toronto police are investigating after a swastika was found painted in town’s Gay Village neighbourhood in what’s being referred to as a “despicable hate crime.”

    On Friday, police obtained on-line experiences in regards to the image, which was found a day earlier painted on high of a rainbow walkway in the realm of Church and Alexander streets.

    Investigators are searching for two individuals who “intentionally” tried to hide their identification, in keeping with a tweet by the power’s LGBTQ liaison.

    The investigation is in its early levels, say police, however anybody with data or surveillance digital camera footage is requested to contact police at 416-808-5184.

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/police-investigate-after-swastika-found-painted-in-gay-village-in-despicable-hate-crime-1.4775030?cmp=rss

     

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