Racist graffiti spray-painted on Tyttenhanger playground

PUBLISHED: 10:46 27 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:55 27 July 2018

Charles Morris Hall, Tyttenhanger Green. Picture: Google.

Charles Morris Hall, Tyttenhanger Green. Picture: Google.

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Police are investigating racist graffiti which has been spray-painted onto children’s play equipment.

Between around 2.30pm and 5pm on Tuesday, July 24, graffiti was left on playground equipment and a storage unit at Charles Morris Hall in Tyttenhanger Green.

Sgt Mark Williams said: “Behaviour of this kind will not be tolerated by the police.

“I am appealing for anyone who might have seen what happened or anyone who has information about the incident to get in touch.”

Anyone who can help the investigation has been asked to call 101 or email mark.williams2@herts.pnn.police.uk, quoting crime reference 41/21040/18. You can also report information online at www.herts.police.uk/Report

Alternatively, you can contact the independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers anonymously.

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