31/07/2018

Police Investigate Sectarian Hate Crime In Antrim

Police have launched an investigation into a suspected sectarian hate crime after a church in Co Antrim was vandalised.

It is understood that white paint was thrown in the grounds of Crumlin Presbyterian church on Main Street in Antrim.

Police believe the incident took place sometime between lunchtime on Saturday, 28 July and the morning of Sunday, 29 July.
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Anyone with any information about the incident, or who saw any suspicious activity in the area, to contact police on 101.

(MH/LM)

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