27/08/2004

Orange Hall paint bombed in Co Armagh

Police have appealed for information after an Orange Hall was attacked with paint bombs in Co Armagh.

It is understood the incident occurred on Wednesday afternoon in Milford but was not reported to police until late on Thursday.

The front of the hall, which is on Hill Street, was damaged with brown paint in the attack.

Anyone with information is asked to contact detectives on 028 3752 3311.

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