Now he is is making an attempt to trace down the folks or one who wrote in chalk in entrance of his Franklinton restaurant: “Get the Hell out of Franklinton.”
He and his spouse found it Monday morning after they had been opening up The Jamaican Patty Shack on South Foremost Road.
Travis stated this fourth such incident since they opened eight months in the past.
One time, he stated somebody threw rice and noodles down the alley subsequent to his enterprise to attempt to entice rodents.
Somebody additionally threw a brick by a number of of his again home windows and reduce the twine on his cables that energy his registers.
He has reported all of the incidents to the police.
“We have to get previous this kind of stuff, we’re simply right here to supply respectable meals for everybody,” Travis stated.
Police stated the entire incidents are below investigation they usually’re making an attempt to determine who did it and why.
At this level, investigators aren’t able to name it a hate crime however they would not rule it out.
“We have had this constructing for 2 and half years,” Travis stated. “We just about did all the pieces you see inside this constructing with the assistance of household and mates.”
The household would not know when the chalk message was left however they had been on the restaurant Sunday till 9 p.m.
“We’re simply making an attempt to determine one of the best ways to safe our household enterprise and our security,” stated Yashiyah Louissant, who’s a cousin of Travis’. “We’re not going wherever although and the acts being completed usually are not scary us.”
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