Vancouver police search for driver who left tire marks on rainbow mural, could be a hate crime!

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Police in Vancouver are wasting time looking for a driver who left tire marks on a rainbow mural. They are concerned that defacing the mural was a hate crime. Hello, it’s on the crosswalk where cars drive.

On July 7, 2020, at 4:04 pm staff inside the police station heard a loud and sustained tire squealing outside. When officers took a closer look, they discovered that someone had just left tire marks across a portion of the crosswalk, at the intersection of 16th St and Esquimalt Ave.

The suspect vehicle left the area at a high rate of speed and was not located.

“This is very upsetting,” says Cst. Kevin Goodmurphy. “For whatever reason, this person has chosen to leave a gesture of hate on a crosswalk that stands for the exact opposite.”

They have video and several numbers people can call.

Thought you needed a laugh.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. It’s merely an addition to the rainbow. Perhaps block off the intersection permanently, we don’t need roads.

  2. Laying skid marks is a hate crime. Yet, burning down business and tearing down statues is an expression of love.

  3. Don’t turn yourself in–in today’s world you will be given life in prison without the possibility of parole.

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