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Threatening Letter – Thunder Bay Police say Hate Crime

THUNDER BAY – Thunder Bay Police are reporting on an incident of a possible hate crime.

The Thunder Bay Police are currently investigating a very disturbing letter that was hand delivered to the Brodie Street Library at approximately 7:00AM on September 13, 2014. This threatening letter is being investigated as a hate crime against the aboriginal population.

Police are releasing a video of a male suspected of delivering this letter into the night time book drop box located at the Brodie Street entrance. The male is described as wearing all dark clothing including a sweater, toque and gloves.

At the time of this media release, only one letter of this kind has come to the attention of the police. Investigators are asking that if any other business or person has received any such letter that they contact the police immediately at 684-1200.

Anyone with any information about this letter or knowledge of who may be responsible is asked to contact the police and or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or

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