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New Westminster police search for racist graffiti suspects

'I was sick of what I was reading', says Sgt. Justintom, a spokesman for the New Westminster Police Department.

New Westminster police released this photo of a vehicle that was defaced with racist graffiti
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New Westminster police have racist graffiti 2 I'm looking for the suspect who caused two separate cases.

The first incident (a racist message being scratched by a vehicle) is believed to have occurred overnight on June 5. Police say the vehicle was parked in the area of ​​South Dyke Road in the Queensboro district.

The second incident occurred around midnight on Friday. A resident called police and said he had witnessed two suspects spraying racist graffiti on a building on 400 blocks of East Columbia Street.

When authorities arrived, no one was found to match the suspect's description. It was then that police discovered that the five vehicles were also spray-painted with graffiti. Police have not disclosed the content of the racist message.

"When I saw this graffiti, I was fed up with what I was reading," Sgt said. Said. Justin Tom, a New Westminster police spokesman, said in a statement Thursday.

"The racist case has been taken seriously by the New Westminster police. This investigation is underway and information we have not yet spoken to officers. Anyone who has a is asking us to call us. "

The New Westminster Police Department has police officers seconded to the state's Hate Climb Unit, and these cases It is shared with this unit, Tom said.

The suspects in the June 17 case were described by police as white men aged 20 to 30 years, each about 5'7 inches tall.

One of the suspects wore a black hooded sweatshirt and the other wore a red hooded sweatshirt.

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