WATCH: Halton Police remove racist vandalism at Oakville church
Halton Regional Police are investigating after a sign was damaged and the letters were rearranged to read, “WHITE PRIDE”.
Police were called to the Salvation Army Community Church on Rebecca St in Oakville Sunday (July 13).
Footage posted to Twitter appears to confirm claims by Halton Police that officers removed the lettering upon arrival.
“White Pride”— dylan (@markedbystain) July 12, 2020
Oakville, ON, Canada
For the people that believe that racism doesn’t exist in canada. pic.twitter.com/fpKH4C8hWH
Halton Regional Police has been investigating “hate-motivated” graffiti and vandalism in Oakville.
Earlier this month, a teen was arrested for “anti-black” graffiti on Skipton Lane while a similar incident at the intersection of Liptay Ave and Colonel William Parkway is still under investigation.
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