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Ontario police call on public for information about suspect who vandalized police memorial

Ontario's Provincial Police (OPP) are searching for a suspect who defaced a memorial to police officers who died in service.
Nico Johnson Montreal, QC

Ontario's Provincial Police (OPP) are searching for a suspect who defaced a memorial to police officers who died in service.

The OPP released three images of a women they described to be "a person of interest."  She is wearing sunglasses and a mask which may make it difficult to identify her.

The women had painted "BLM" in red paint over a plaque that reads "dedicated to the police officers who served the people of Ontario. Heroes in life not death."

The statue was said to be vandalized on June 20 at Ontario's legislature in downtown Toronto. The police are asking the public for information regarding the suspect.

Since the incident occurred, the police have released multiple pictures of the suspect.

The police, for an undefined reason, blurred out the "BLM" tag in their photos.

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