A man tagged as the primary suspect in the string of “hate-motivated graffiti” found in the area around York University was arrested by the local police in Toronto, Canada.
The Toronto Police Service revealed that they have already charged with seven counts of hate-motivated mischief and damage to property under $5,000 and one count of hate-motivated break the suspect, a resident of Trevor York, 35, Toronto, Canada.
Based on the initial police investigation, between April and June, the police responded to “a number of calls” about hate-motivated crimes taking place near the university.
According to reports, several buildings were spray-painted with writing “targeting race and religious communities.”
Later, upon further investigation, they discovered that the detained suspect had committed these crimes.