Vancouver, Canada, police announced on May 14 local time, two men in The Chinese Consulate General in Vancouver on the façade and door signs of the pursuit of spills and damage, they are accused of “malicious acts.”
The first incident occurred on 22 March this year. Surveillance video showed a suspect driving a dark Ford-branded car outside the Consulate General, the man got out of the car, walked up to the Consulate General’s door, spat at the door sign, and then threw “some unknown white substance in the cup he was carrying.” Not only that, but he tried to break the door with a hammer.
Police believe the man is in his 70s. In addition to damaging the door, police found that he deliberately drove off a car from the Consulate General and then spat at it.
Police described the man as thin, with white hair, dark tops, trousers and shoes, wearing a dark baseball cap.
Just two weeks later, around 3 p.m. local time on April 4, a similar incident occurred again at my Consulate General in Vancouver. Surveillance video showed a man in his 30s and 40s leaving soon after malicious graffiti on the consulate’s door.
Police described the man as being of slim build, wearing dark trousers, shoes and a grey hoodie with a “Batman” pattern on the front of his shirt.