Two Arrests Over Racial Hate Crime Attack

Police have arrested two men in relation to what they are describing as a racial hate crime in north Belfast.

The pair, aged 20 and 21, were arrested following criminal damage was caused to a vehicle on the Cliftonville Road.

The men are still being questioned by police.


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