The drowning of a Vietnamese man who was shoved into the water at Montrose Harbor on Saturday morning was the third incident since late July in which fishermen who appeared to be Asian were targeted in the area, Chicago police said Monday.
Doan, 62, was fishing alone off the harbor’s sidewalk at 5:30 a.m. Saturday when what police described as an intentional attack occurred.
“Five individuals dressed in black gothic clothing walked past him, and one of the individuals breaks away from this group . . . and gives him a shove in the back and knocks him into the water,” said Belmont Area Lt. Anthony Riccio.