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Man Yells Racial Slurs At 'Stop Asian Hate' Rally

Screenshot of a video posted to Instagram shows a man yelling racial obscenities at marchers. (via Michael Ade)
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The L.A. County Sheriff's Department is investigating a hate incident at a "Stop Asian Hate" rally in Diamond Bar on Sunday. Investigators say a man drove past the group and yelled racial obscenities.

The incident was captured on several videos that were posted on Instagram:

Members of the rally were stopped at a crosswalk at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Diamond Bar Boulevard when the suspect drove through a red light and yelled racial slurs including "Fuck China" at the group.

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Investigators say the male suspect's license plate was captured on video and they are working to identify him.

The case is being investigated as a "hate incident" rather than a "hate crime" because there was no injury or property damage.

The Sheriff's Department's Walnut, Diamond Bar station is asking anyone with information to call them at 909-595-2264.

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