Rope Tied in a Noose Found at Park in Bridlemile Neighborhood (Photo)

October 20, 2020 18:52

  

On October 16, 2020, at approximately 10:56 a.m., Central Precinct officers responded to Hamilton Park located in the 4300 block of Southwest 47th Drive on reports of a rope tied in a noose hanging from a baseball diamond backstop. The park is located directly next to Bridlemile Elementary School.

Officers arrived at the location and spoke to school officials, learning the rope was possibly hung from the backstop sometime on October 15th. Officers took pictures of the rope and how it was found at the baseball diamond backstop (photo). Bias crime detectives were notified and are currently reviewing the case.

The Portland Police Bureau's Equity Team is working closely with Portland Public Schools while the case is under review.

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