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Graffiti appears in seven separate locations across Coleraine

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Police are investigating a number of incidents of graffiti/criminal damage in the Coleraine area.

Graffiti, reading “PSNI Child Abusing Scum” appeared on walls in at at least six different locations in the town, including:

  • Ballysally Road – Q Radio building
  • Linden Avenue – Millburn Shops
  • The Crescent x2 – Peter Doherty Pavilion, Residential Property
  • Ballycastle Road x2 – Coleraine Showgrounds, Salvation Army (2nd time this week)
  • Tullyarton Road – Harpur’s Hill Shops

Anyone who has information about this string of vandalism should contact Police on the non-emergency number 101.

 

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