Police investigating racist graffiti discovered on Polish cultural centre


The Metropolitan Police are investigating after ‘racist’ graffiti was discovered on a Polish cultural centre’s building in Hammersmith. They had been tipped off about the building’s (the Polish Social and Cultural Association) alleged “racially motivated” defacement on Sunday (June 26th)

“Shortly before 11am police were informed of an incident of alleged racially-motivated criminal damage to a building in King Street, W6.” A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police stated

“Officers from Hammersmith and Fulham borough attended and enquiries are ongoing.”

A spokeswoman from POSK said that the graffiti had been discovered after 6am on Sunday, and has since been washed off.

“We were very disturbed and upset this morning to find really unpleasant graffiti all across the front of our building when our staff came in” said Joanna Mludzinska, chair of POSK London

“The police are investigating it as a racially motivated crime.”

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