Graffiti inquiry

DIDCOT: Police are investigating “religiously offensive” graffiti written on the wall of an electricity sub-station in Jubilee Way.

Thames Valley Police said the vandalism occurred overnight on Thursday but could not provide more details of what the writing was about.

Anyone with information should call Didcot police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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12:32pm Sat 23 Jun 12

simplicissimus says...

Silly waste of police time, and our tax. Just obliterate the daub.
Silly waste of police time, and our tax. Just obliterate the daub. simplicissimus

7:53pm Sat 23 Jun 12

Andrew:Oxford says...

It's surprising how a phrase that seems neutral to one person can be offensive to another.

Banners and placards, even graffiti with "No Cuts!" have been seen throughout this city over the last couple of years.

Then someone pointed out to me how it could be read as an anti-semitic banner. Takes on a whole different meaning.
It's surprising how a phrase that seems neutral to one person can be offensive to another. Banners and placards, even graffiti with "No Cuts!" have been seen throughout this city over the last couple of years. Then someone pointed out to me how it could be read as an anti-semitic banner. Takes on a whole different meaning. Andrew:Oxford

1:05pm Mon 25 Jun 12

Adrian1 says...

'Police are investigating' read 'have issued a crime number' and it'll be up to whoever to remove it with no help from any authorities we pay money out to for such jobs.
'Police are investigating' read 'have issued a crime number' and it'll be up to whoever to remove it with no help from any authorities we pay money out to for such jobs. Adrian1

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