UK - Antisemitic graffiti appears in Dronfield

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- Multiple antisemitic hate messages and swastikas have been written on walls and notice boards in a Derbyshire town.

Highly offensive Nazi imagery alongside hateful anti-Jewish slogans have appeared in three different locations in Dronfield.

Attempts have been made to cover up some the offensive graffiti but these attempts have been largely unsuccessful as it remains visible beneath yellow paint.

Dronfield Police Safer Neighbourhood Team posted on their Facebook page that graffiti had been reported to them and they are taking action to find the culprits.

The Gosforth Lane underpass, Farwater Lane Car park notice board and the Civic Centre notice board have all been targeted with anti-semitic vandalism.

The graffiti at the Gosforth Lane underpass had been partially covered up using yellow paint, but the messages can still be seen beneath.

The underpass is one used by a large number of children who frequently walk through on their way to and from school.

Dronfield SNT are appealing for anyone with any information regarding the vandalism to come forward.


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