Several hate-filled messages were reported last few weeks in Tameside. Police think the same person is responsible for that criminal activity. After more racist graffiti appeared in Denton, police are appealing to any information from the public.
In the last weeks, the racist messages have reported a defibrillator in Denton town centre, in the snow on a car on Victoria Street. At that time, the racist graffiti was found on benches and signposts in Hulme’s Wood nature. reserve.
Chief Inspector Lee Broadstock share a video message on Twitter and said: “I have a message for the individual who is responsible for the vile racist graffiti that’s been spread around Denton. In Tameside, we have no place for hate. If you do not hand yourself in be rest assured that we will find you.”
Chief Inspector also made a request from the community of Denton and Tameside to share their information on the video message said “ You know who is this is. Please tell us.”
Anyone who has information can call the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.