22/06/2015

Windows Smashed In Hate Crime Attack

Police have launched an investigation after the windows of a house were smashed in a 'hate crime' attack in Newtownabbey.

Three windows were smashed at the property in Cloyne Crescent at around 11.30pm on Sunday.

A man and a woman were in the house at the time.
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Inspector Jim Gourley said: "We are treating the incident as a racially motivated hate crime and would appeal for anyone with information to contact us on 101."

(CD)

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