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Instacart driver enraged by pro-police flag allegedly runs over elderly couple's groceries
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An Instacart driver may face charges after allegedly destroying a Minnesota elderly couple's groceries in retaliation for a pro-police sign posted on their property.
The Blaine Police Department wrote on its Facebook page that the elderly couple reported that their groceries had been run over and that they were left with a "derogatory" note written on their receipt from a local Cub Foods.
"After reviewing the context of the written message it appears that the delivery driver's actions were in response to a sign supporting law enforcement that is in the homeowner's front yard," police said.
The sign read: "Thank you, Blaine P.D.," according to a GoFundMe account, which has raised over $12,000 for the victims.