An early-morning attack on a gay man on Davie Street doesn’t appear to have been a hate crime as investigators initially speculated, police said.
The assault happened just after 1 a.m. on May 2, when a man walking down Davie Street was pelted with eggs and had a beer bottle thrown at him by three men. The beer bottle missed.
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The suspects turned themselves in to police on Friday following the release of surveillance camera images showing the men buying eggs from a Mac’s convenience store.
“The investigation is ongoing, but early indications are that the assault appears to have been random and not a hate crime,” Vancouver police said in a release.