Police are hoping to establish two males concerned in two incidents of “mischief” outdoors of the Chinese language consulate in Vancouver.
A person parked a dark-coloured Ford Escape close to the entrance of the Chinese language consulate close to Granville Avenue and West sixteenth Avenue on March 22, then spat on a plaque devoted to the Chinese language Consular Common and tossed a white substance on it, police say.
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The person then tried to dam a consulate worker who was attempting to go away the constructing, spitting on the automobile and verbally berating the motive force.
The suspect received again into his automobile and headed north on Granville Avenue.
Police described the suspect as a person in his 70s with a skinny construct and white hair, who was sporting a darkish jacket, darkish pants, darkish footwear and a darkish baseball cap.
In a separate incident on April 4, a person spray-painted graffiti on the gate and wall of the consulate at round 3 a.m. earlier than heading north on Granville Avenue.
The suspect on this case is described as a Caucasian man with a heavy construct between 30 and 40 years of age. He was sporting darkish pants, a gray hooded sweater with a black “Batman” emblem on the chest and darkish footwear.
“These are such disrespectful and insupportable acts,” VPD Const. Tania Visintin mentioned in an announcement.
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