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Police: Halloween decorations on car were 'a little too scary'

Police: Halloween decorations on car were 'a little too scary'
The Trail and Greater District RCMP in Canada said a man was asked to remove the Halloween decorations from his vehicle after a duct tape message reading "HELP ME" was determined to be "a little too scary." File Photo by Jaromir Chalabala/Shutterstock

Oct. 28 (UPI) -- Police in British Columbia said a driver was asked to remove the Halloween decorations from his car after a message reading "HELP ME" was determined to be "a little too scary."

The Trail and Greater District RCMP said officers responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle parked near an intersection and arrived to find the car had been decorated with fake blood and the message "HELP ME" spelled out with duct tape.

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Police spoke with the vehicle's owner, a 36-year-old Fruitvale man, and asked him to remove the spooky decorations.

"The man agreed to remove the duct tape after police explained that it was a little too scary and might cause more calls of concern to the police," police said.

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