So far this month, there have been at least six police-reported, hate-motivated graffiti incidents in Ontario’s Waterloo region.
From writing found inside a bus shelter in Kitchener and a Waterloo ION LRT station, to symbols on a building in Cambridge and the front door of a business in Waterloo — these incidents are a priority for police to address.
“These things are always cause for concern for me,” said Waterloo Regional Police Staff Sgt. Eric Boynton, who is in charge of the equity diversity and inclusion unit.
“We’ll be looking to see if it’s a trend or if it’s an anomaly,” he added, noting that each
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