Police appeal over swastika graffiti on cars

Police in Swindon are appealing for information after cars, road signs, fencing and even some pavements were spray painted with Swastikas at the weekend.

A number of calls were received yesterday morning, Sunday, April 6 about damage caused overnight.

In all around 20 Swastikas were identified and items targeted including vehicles in Frobisher Drive, a letter box in Norfolk Close, as well as the street sign itself, and metal fencing and the pavement in Tudor Walk.

House to house enquiries were carried out throughout the day yesterday and all CCTV opportunities in and around the area are being explored.

Anyone with any information about the damage caused is asked to contact Wiltshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 101.


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