Sectarian Graffiti Daubed On Murals In L'Derry

Sectarian graffiti has been daubed on murals in the Bonds Street and Duddy’s Court areas of L'Derry.

The words 'IRA' and 'IRA GHOST' were scrawled over murals and house doors overnight sometime between 29 – 30 July.

The murals commemorate the breaking of the 1689 Siege of Derry by the English army sailing down Lough Foyle.
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Enquiries are ongoing and police said anyone with an information is asked to contact police at Strand Road on the non-emergency number 101.


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