MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Brooklyn Center police are trying to figure out who put up an offensive message on an Arby’s sign.
The sign, posted overnight at the restaurant on Brooklyn Boulevard, featured the N-word and a derogatory term for a prostitute.READ MORE: Fabian Valdez Charged In Baseball Bat Attack Outside Burnsville Restaurant
Officers saw the sign at about 7 a.m. and took it down. The department says the sign is low enough to the ground that just about anyone can reach it.READ MORE: 'I'm Not Mad At Derek Chauvin': George Floyd's Uncle Speaks Ahead Of Trial
An Arby’s spokesperson sent this statement to WCCO-TV Saturday afternoon:MORE NEWS: 'Fun And Memories': Hastings Man Spent Decades Perfecting Luge In His Yard
Overnight, a reader board at an Arby’s restaurant on Brooklyn Blvd was compromised, and someone put up a message that was extremely offensive. The message has since been taken down. We’re cooperating with local law enforcement officials and will take appropriate action against those involved. We apologize to everyone exposed to that message.