Brantford police investigate hateful graffiti sprayed on 10 vehicles

A Brantford woman awoke to hate symbols and racist words on her vehicle Saturday morning (Photo Courtesy of Avinesh Sundar).

Brantford police are searching for the suspect(s) responsible for a slew of reports of hateful graffiti last weekend.

Officers say several vehicles parked on city streets were vandalized with hate-motivated graffiti between 10 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. on Saturday.

“Hate-motivated crimes not only affect individual victims, but also negatively impact the community at large,” Brantford police said in a media release.

“The Brantford Police Service is invested in the betterment of our community and works diligently to provide a safe and inclusive community for all of Brantford’s residents.”

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Investigators received reports from residents on Dufferin Ave. and Banks, Buffalo, Burwell, Darling, Dundee, Terrace Hill and Wilkes streets.

Anyone with information or video surveillance footage is asked to contact 519-756-7050.