Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 December 2014

Racist graffiti scrawled on east Belfast house during attack

Racist graffiti was scrawled on a house in the Wayland Street area of east Belfast
Racist graffiti was scrawled on a house in the Wayland Street area of east Belfast
Racist graffiti was sprayed onto the walls of a house Wayland Street, Castlereagh Road, in east Belfast
Racist graffiti was scrawled on a house in the Wayland Street area of east Belfast

Racist graffiti has been scrawled over the front of a house during an attack in east Belfast.

'No blacks' was daubed several times across the front of the terraced property in the Wayland Street area off the Castlereagh Road at around 1am on Monday morning.

A window and door pane were also broken during the racist attack.

Police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.

 

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