Calgary Police seek public's help with vandalism and graffiti incidents [VIDEO]

Dec 19 2017, 11:10 am

The Calgary Police are seeking the public for help with vandalism and graffiti incidents, according to a Calgary Police YouTube video comment.

Recently, from Friday, February 12 to Friday, February 19, there have been several incidents that have occurred in the community of Queensland.


Posted on Friday, February 26, the short clip is from a CCTV camera that caught a glimpse of a person running away and wearing all black. The video was taken at the time of the graffiti incident that occurred on Sunday, February 14 on Wilma Hansen Junior High School.

The Calgary Police hope that by releasing this CCTV video they can identify anyone who may have been involved.

The YouTube video comment states:

“The Calgary Police Service takes the anti-Syrian and anti-Trudeau references seriously and is investigating accordingly. The Centralized General Investigative Section has taken over the investigation and has determined that the anti-Syrian and anti-Trudeau references will be investigated as hate crimes.”

Area patrols have been increased, as a result of these incidents.

Here is the CCTV video:

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Anyone who may have been in the area at the time or has information about these incidents is asked to contact police at 403-266-1234, or Crime Stoppers anonymously using any of the following methods:

TALK: 1-800-222-8477
TEXT: ttTIPS to 274637
Case #16067506/16072876/16076257/3705

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