Orlando, FLA. Orlando police released surveillance video Thursday that shows a group of people to blight black lives matter mural on the night of its completion.
A large canvas with the inscription “life black important” down Rosalind Avenue was completed on 26 June after the opening ceremony the city is orange County’s Jerry Demings and other leaders of the community. The next morning, Orlando police said the frescoes were destroyed overnight.
The mural, which has been repainted, consists of 30-metre-tall letters in the colors of the pan-African flag. It is located on the shores of lake Eola at Rosalind Avenue and extends between Washington street and Robinson.
No arrests have been made and police are still trying to identify the perpetrators.
The police Department released a video Thursday that was recorded with two cameras the centre of the iris shows a few people on Rosaland Avenue on the night of June 26 at about 11:30 P. m.. in the video the person can be seen spray painting on a mural, while the other stood watch nearby.
The video makes it hard to distinguish any specific features.
Anyone with information can call Crimeline remain anonymous at 1-800-423-tips or the Orlando police at 321-235-5300.
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