Brantford Police seeking public’s help in identifying suspect in hate-motivated incident

BRANTFORD, ONT-The Brantford Police Service are continuing to investigate a report of a hate-motivated incident and are asking the public for help  in identifing the suspect. Police said on Sunday, May 7, 2022, at approximately 11:00 A.M.,  Brantford Police responded to a an assault and threats leveled against a man  near Brant’s Crossing Riverfront Park on Icomm Drive. Police said a man on a dirt bike was driving recklessly in the area when he became involved in a verbal dispute with the victim. Police said they were told  racially charged threats of death were made towards the victim. Police said they were also told the accused  damaged the victim’s bicycle. Before fleeing the area, police said the accused was  reported to have used his dirt bike to spin the back…

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