Residents In San Francisco Come Out To Find Racist Messages Spray Painted On Buildings And Fences

Recently, a string of spray-painted taggings were found in southeast San Francisco with the words "No more Chinese." As a result, police are now investigating these as hate crimes. According to a police statement, the graffiti took place on Sunday. The words were spray-painted in several locations in the Portola neighborhood, which is just south of where Highway 101 and Interstate 280 merge. One of the targets was the Palega Recreation Center, an out-of-business supermarket, the 100 block of Brussels Street and the 1300 block of Silver Avenue. Police ask anyone who might have information about the crimes to contact the department’s tip line at (415) 575-4444 or send a text to TIP411 with “SFPD” at the start of the message.

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Police arrested 62-year-old San Francisco resident John Schenone in connection with the hate crime.

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