It’s a case of offensive graffiti on Vancouver’s streets.
While graffiti is nothing new, there’s concern over the Pro-ISIS tone of the vandalism.
Smeared in blue paint on the front of a building on 1096 Granville Street, right below the Regis hotel.
On Glass doors it read:
‘ISIS — F*** all whites, I love and support ISIS. Boom Boom’
Just a few centimeters to the left:
‘ISIS is here and let the killings start’
Leigh Jamieson, a construction worker next door says he noticed the writings early in the afternoon.
“Grabbed a paint scraper and started cleaning it up, and that’s how I noticed the paint was fresh because it wasn’t coming off as easy as it normally would off glass, it was smudging.”
Graffiti writes: "ISIS. F*** all whites, I love, support ISIS. Boom Boom' and 'ISIS is here, let the killings start' pic.twitter.com/jG1nC23xYj
— Emily Lazatin (@EmilyLazatin980) August 19, 2016
Sergeant Randy Fincham with the Vancouver Police Department says the graffiti doesn’t pose a significant threat to the public.
And the city of Vancouver says it will be removing it shortly.