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September 14, 2021

Police said as a result of their call for information about a rash of hateful grafitti in July, several other businesses reported similar acts of vandalism and provided more images of a suspect. (Source: Winnipeg Police Service)

More Winnipeg businesses report hateful graffiti after police release photos of suspect

A call for information about a string of incidents of hateful graffiti along Pembina Highway has prompted several other businesses to report similar incidents of vandalism.
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