track movement: Boise Police Chief William Bones said Sunday that while the suspect is an American, investigators have not found any evidence that would indicate the attack was a hate crime, according to Vancouver Courier. Still, Bones said, it is one of several possibilities that remain under investigation.article continues below Trending Stories No hormones, no plastic straws and now no meat A&W goes beyond' burgers Vancouver bus tracking map allows you to track movement in real time Minimum wage increases go into effect June 1 across B.C. Amanda Tapping on coping with miscarriage Timmy Kinner showed up late Saturday at the complex, which houses many resettled refugee families in Boise. Refugees from Syria, Iraq and Ethiopia were among the injured. Kinner, who is not a refugee, targeted the party that was held a few doors down from the apartment where he had stayed for a short time, police said. The victims included the 3-year-old birthday girl and five other children ages 4 to 12. This incident is not a representation of our community but a single evil individual who attacked people without provocation that we are aware of at this time, Police Chief William Bones said Sunday. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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