Anti-Syrian graffiti sprayed on school for second time in a week
Police are investigating after hateful messages against refugees and Prime Minster Trudeau reappear
For the second time in a week a southeast Calgary school was tagged with anti-Syrian refugee graffiti on Saturday.
Police were called around 9:30 a.m. Saturday to Wilma Hansen Junior High in Queensland, where they found hateful messages against Syrians and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in black spray paint.
Some windows at the school were also smashed in.
Police say they're still doing neighbourhood inquiries.
A Calgary Board of Education spokesperson said in a statement the incident is troubling.
"We are very disappointed any time something like this happens at a CBE school or building, and are disappointed that this school building has experienced a repeated offense of vandalism."