Eagan auto shop steps up to fix car tagged with racist graffiti

We have some good news to share! Stephen Wright of Eagan, Minnesota says the local Abra Auto shop has offered to fix his car, free of charge, after it was vandalized and tagged with racist graffiti.

On the morning of May 31, Wright found the N-word and the letters KKK spray-painted on his hood and window. The vandal had also broken a passenger-side window, poured gasoline on the seats, and stole a stereo faceplate along with the car's title.

Eagan police are investigating the incident as a hate crime.

Family, friends and neighbors raised money to help Wright fix his car, and that money will now be donated to charity.

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