The Vancouver Sun reports Vancouver Police say 12 people have been arrested for breach of the peace and two of them face criminal charges in connection with Thursday’s riot outside the cancelled Guns N’ Roses concert at General Motors Place… and they are looking for more. “We find it reprehensible, the actions of people in that crowd who, in response to a cancellation of a concert that was beyond the control of the organizers, thought that they had the right to then riot and damage… a public building,” Deputy Chief Constable Gary Greer said. “It’s just beyond belief that people would do that.” Damages at GM Place have been estimated at $100,000. Canada.com has since removed the article.
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