Owner of Kibrom’s Ethiopian and Eritrean Food in Boise said that his wife’s car was either vandalized at their apartment or at the restaurant when it was vandalized.
BOISE, ID (KTVB)―Boise Police are investigating a case of possible malicious harassment after racially charged words were scratched into a car belonging to the owners of a Boise Ethiopian restaurant.
Police said the vandalism likely occurred Thursday. The car was also dented and scratched multiple times. The owner of the car said the “N” word was scratched into the car.
Kibrom Milash, of Kibrom’s Ethiopian and Eritrean Food at 3506 W. State St., told KTVB that his wife’s car was either vandalized at their apartment or at the restaurant when it was vandalized.
Milash said his is the first time something like this has happened to him.
“All the people, Boise people, just are very very nice,” he said.
Kibrom Milash wants the person responsible to see that he and his family are human beings.
“Everyone is the same,” he said. “I would forgive them actually.”
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