The owner of the Vancouver business distrusts a surveillance video showing an alleged barbaric spray-picture depicting her shop over the weekend while recording the whole thing on a smartphone.
A security camera set up outside TR Trades on West 4th Avenue was trending on Friday night as the alleged perpetrator set up his recording and proceeded to spray-paint the building’s walls.
Kitsilano was one of several business hits during the print shop.
Carla Duncan of TR Trades said, “The same person who tagged my building has put their tags on all the different buildings.”
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“I saw at least 10 of them when I was just walking around.”
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Duncan said he hoped the suspect was found and charged.
He said that dealing with spray paint increases costs and stress in an already difficult time for small businesses.
“It’s like kicking someone when they’re already down,” she said. “There is no need for it.”
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