Vandals strike a Charity outlet in Barrie
Barrie police are hoping video surveillance will help lead them to the man who vandalized a charity store over the weekend.
The Barrie Habitat for Humanity re-store on Brock Street was hit by a man who painted offensive graffiti all over the building, and a nearby truck.
It included a swastika, and the word, Hitler.
CTV News Barrie last night showed video of the perpetrator…..
A local charity is reeling after vandals targeted one of their store fronts. https://t.co/ltCFysCyzs
— CTV News Barrie (@CTVBarrieNews) November 27, 2017
Anybody with info, should contact Barrie Police.
Check out the story on the news tonight. We have already had some great support from a local partner who has come out to help do some cleanup. Our #Barrie store is still open tomorrow! https://t.co/8BGKF8TntU
— Habitat Huronia (@HabitatHuronia) November 26, 2017
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