NSW police appeal after malicious damage

Police are appealing for information following malicious damage in Sydney’s east, NSW Police say.

yesterday, police attended Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach following reports of malicious damage.

Officers from Eastern Suburbs Local Command attended and located approximately 15 swastika symbols drawn in black permanent marker on the footpath, bus shelter, poles, benches and electrical boxes, as well as other graffiti.

Eastern Suburbs Local Area Commander, Superintendent Box said, “The NSW Police Force takes crimes that are motivated by hatred or prejudice very seriously and any such crimes will not be tolerated. If you are a witness or victim, and you experience any incidents such as this, we encourage you to report to police as soon as possible”.

Anyone with information is urged to come forward and contact Waverley Police Station on 9369 9899, or Crime Stopers.

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