Mississauga Man Arrested for Anti-Republican Graffiti on Walmart
Police have arrested and charged a man for graffiti that was written on the outside of a Walmart in Mississauga.
The graffiti message was discoverd on Tuesday, May 15 at the South Common Centre Walmart on Burnhamthorpe Road.
While police could not confirm details regarding what the message said, a recent CTV News article states that the graffiti, written in red and blue, read: “To end the war...for peace and victory... kill all Republicans please."
According to the article, the incident was not investigated as a hate crime as it was not a statement against any political party in Canada.
Police confirmed that a 29 year old Mississauga man was arrested for the incident. He has been charged with mischief over $5000.
The suspect attended court for a bail hearing on Thursday, May 17.
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