Tulsa Donut Shop Targeted in Arson Attack Following Drag Art Show

Tulsa fire investigators appealed for information following an arson attack at a donut shop on October 31, the second time in a month the store had been vandalized.

The shop had been vandalized after hosting an art installation donut shop run by drag queens on October 15, The Donut Hole said. Store owners told local media that anti-LQBTQ posters were left near the scene.

The store set up a GoFundMe campaign to cover repairs after the October 15 incident, which had raised over $23,000 by November 4.

Surveillance footage posted by the Tulsa Fire Department from the October 31 incident shows a suspect swinging a baseball bat at the glass door of The Donut Hole, lighting a bottle on fire, and throwing it inside the store. The department asked anyone with information to come forward. Credit: Tulsa Fire Department via Storyful

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