13/07/2018

Orange Hall Attack Being Treated As A 'Hate Crime'

Police are treating an attack on an Orange Hall in Crumlin, Co Antrim, as a hate crime.

The PSNI received a report that a bin was on fire in the Main Street area of the town at around 4.30am on Thursday, 12 July.
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Graffiti was daubed on a wall and door of the memorial hall.

Police are appealing to anyone with information to contact them.

(CD/LM)

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