CBC News
May 28, 2010

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At least one suspect has been arrested after vandals spray-painted a handful of ATMs in downtown Toronto, marking some with anti-G20 slogans.

The banking machines at a Scotiabank and a TD Canada Trust branch at the corner of Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue were vandalized overnight, Toronto police said Friday morning.

The suspect was seen being handcuffed in the Dundas and Spadina area.

ATM screens, keypads, and the banks’ outside walls and windows were covered with red and black spray paint.

In some cases, stencils were used to paint “Resist G20” or “Stop the G20” next to the machines.

A prisoner transport vehicle at the local police station was also spray-painted.

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