Police search mischief-maker after protest outdoors B.C. legislature final week – BC | Globalnews.ca

Police seek mischief-maker after protest outside B.C. legislature last week - BC | Globalnews.ca

2021-12-02 05:09:18

Police in Victoria are searching for a mischief-maker accused of vandalizing property outdoors the B.C. legislature after a protest final Friday.

Demonstrators gathered outdoors the constructing round 3:30 p.m. on Nov. 26 forward of a go to from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who spent the afternoon touring flood-impacted areas of Abbotsford.

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On the finish of Trudeau’s assembly with Premier John Horgan, officers left the rally, based on a Tuesday information launch from Victoria police.

They later heard reviews of mischief on web site and launched two pictures of a person suspected of damaging property that night.

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He’s described as a Caucasian man shut to 6 ft tall, with a braided, light-brown goatee-style beard and curly hair. He was sporting a white and gray “Cowichan-style” sweater, inexperienced pants and darkish boots.

Anybody with extra data on the suspect or incident is requested to name 250-995-7654 and dial extension ‘1,’ or report anonymously by means of Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


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