A man who’s lived near Kitscoty, Alta. for nearly six years awoke Wednesday morning to find something horrible written on his garage door: “Go back.”
Abdul Mian said he was very shocked to see the disturbing graffiti scrawled outside his home.
“We’re lost. We’re still in shock. We still think it didn’t happen.”
Going by his nickname Shahzad, he posted photos of the incident on his Facebook page. In addition to the hateful message, he opened up about another frightening incident on Sunday.
“We were sleeping and all of a sudden we were woken up,” Mian told Global News. “Somebody was at the door and my daughter woke me up saying, ‘somebody’s at the door ringing the doorbell.’ So we went outside and our Fire Chief Kevin from Kitscoty was there telling me, ‘your trucks are on fire and they’re gone.’”
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RCMP confirmed at least one semi truck was burned to the ground. The trucks – used in the oil field – were the family’s livelihood.
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Mian, who moved from…