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Rathcoole community centre attacked again as sectarian graffiti sprayed on walls

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The Dunanney Centre in Rathcoole was subjected to a hate crime with graffiti being sprayed onto the walls. (L-R) Vickey Moore, Centre Manager and Pat Hutchinson, Chairman Of The Board.  Presseye.com

The Dunanney Centre in Rathcoole was subjected to a hate crime with graffiti being sprayed onto the walls. (L-R) Vickey Moore, Centre Manager and Pat Hutchinson, Chairman Of The Board. Presseye.com

The Dunanney Centre in Rathcoole was subjected to a hate crime with graffiti being sprayed onto the walls. (L-R) Vickey Moore, Centre Manager, Mark Niblock, Church Of Ireland Minister in Rathcoole and Pat Hutchinson, Chariman Of The Board.  Presseye.com

The Dunanney Centre in Rathcoole was subjected to a hate crime with graffiti being sprayed onto the walls. (L-R) Vickey Moore, Centre Manager, Mark Niblock, Church Of Ireland Minister in Rathcoole and Pat Hutchinson, Chariman Of The Board. Presseye.com

The Dunanney Centre in Rathcoole was subjected to a hate crime with graffiti being sprayed onto the walls. (L-R) Vickey Moore, Centre Manager and Pat Hutchinson, Chairman Of The Board. Presseye.com

Sectarian graffiti has been sprayed on the walls of a Newtownabbey community centre overnight.

It is the fourth attack in as many months on the Dunanney Centre, in Rathcoole.

Shortly before 8.45am on Thursday morning it was reported that the sectarian message had been painted on a building in the area.

Police are treating the incident as a hate crime and have apepaled to witnesses to call Newtownabbey Police Station on the non-emergency number, 101.

Belfast Telegraph


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