Friday, May 28, 2010
At least one person has been arrested in connection with anti-G20 graffiti spray-painted on Toronto banks overnight.
Vandals spray-painted slogans such as “Resist G20″ and “Stop G20″ on bank walls, windows and ATMs.
As many as six banks were targeted in the Spadina and Dundas and the Spadina and College areas. According to CP24, a suspect rode a bicycle between his targets around 3 a.m. Investigators hope to learn more by reviewing security footage.
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At least one person has been charged with mischief, according to reports.
“It’s quite clear that the billion dollars that’s spent is not there to protect taxpayers, it’s there to protect Stephen Harper’s photo-op,” city councillor Adam Vaughan told the National Post this morning.
“It’s just wrong. It wasn’t just the banks that got tagged — it’s … small businesses that got tagged.”
This article was posted: Friday, May 28, 2010 at 8:04 am