Just three weeks after Future Bakery in Etobicoke was vandalized when a permanent mural and a “Stand with Ukraine” banner were spray-painted with pro-Russian graffiti, the owner says it’s happened again.
Borys Wrzesnewskyj is upset by what he calls a “distraction” when there’s something much greater at stake — the invasion of Ukraine by Russia.
Surveillance video obtained by Global News shows a masked man walking up to the side of the Future Bakery Outlet on North Queen Street around 3:30 a.m. Monday morning and splattering paint on Wrzesnewskyj’s “Stand with Ukraine” sign.
Less than a minute later, the video shows the man casually walking away.
Wrzesnewskyj said it was only after reviewing the surveillance video further that he discovered that the night before, around 8 p.m. last Saturday, the same masked man came to the bakery with a knife and began slashing the sign.
Catherine McDonald reports.
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