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Anti-PSNI graffiti appears on wall on Ballysally Road in Coleraine

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Anti-PSNI graffiti, reading “PSNI child abusing scum” has been appeared on the wall of the derelict, former Q Radio office on the Ballysally Road in Coleraine.

Condemning the graffiti, UKIP Assembly Candidate Steven Parkhill said : 

“It is ridiculous to see that somebody has gone out of their way to vandalise and desecrate a wall on the Ballysally Road with a venomous message.

This is the second incident of graffiti this week, and I would encourage those who carried out these irresponsible attacks to find something more productive to do. The perpetrators of these incidents really need to wise up.

Graffiti and other forms of criminal damage have no place anywhere in this constituency, especially when it is such a vile and rancorous message.

I strongly condemn whoever is responsible for this irresponsible graffiti attack and I strongly appeal for anyone with any information regarding this incident to pass the information on to the police so that the people who carried out this vandalism can be dealt with in the appropriate manner.”

A PSNI Spokesperson said : Police are investigating a number of incidents of graffiti/criminal damage in the Coleraine area.

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