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Long Island LGBT Youth Center Hit by Vandals in Hate Crime

(excerpt from) Towel Road blog
Long Island LGBT Youth Center Hit By Vandals

The Long Island GLBT Community Center in Bay Shore, New York, about 43 miles east of New York City, was hit by vandals over the weekend and police are investigating it as a hate crime. The Center reports:  “At some point between late Saturday and early Monday, The Center’s front door was smashed to pieces and our van’s windows were broken, mirrors mangled and all the tires were slashed.

As soon as we encountered the damage, it was reported it to the Suffolk County Police Department and to the Suffolk County Bias Crimes Unit. We believe this was an act of bias and hope that The Police Department continues its investigation looking at this as a hate crime.

This was not a simple case of vandalism, but an attack on our entire community. We are thankful that this act happened while The Center was closed and therefore no one was physically injured, but this was a clear attempt to instill fear in GLBT people throughout Long Island. I want all Long Islanders to know that we will not stand by and allow anyone to terrorize our community…

Center chief executive David Kilmnick believes it was a hate crime because nothing was stolen: “If they wanted to steal something in the center, they could have walked right in. If they wanted to steal the van, they could have instead of destroying it. It’s about sending a message. They’re sending a message to be scared, back down, get out.”

Said County Executive Steve Levy to Newsday: “This type of attack against the gay community will not be tolerated in Suffolk County. Our police department will seek to apprehend any wrongdoer and help ensure that there is swift justice to deter any such activity in the future.”

Anyone with information is urged to call the unit at 631-852-6323 or Crime Stoppers at 800-220-TIPS.

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