The Metropolitan Police launched a CCTV appeal today following a spate of far-right, racist graffiti in the Eltham area.
Officers believe one individual is responsible for the racist graffiti over a three-year period, which worryingly increased last December, with four cases logged by police.
Inspector Kristina Money who leads the Safer Neighbourhoods Teams which covers the impacted area made clear that: “This individual has been active for a significant period of time and his actions have caused significant distress in the local community.”
The most recent incidents of racist graffiti occurred in the early hours along Rochester Way (SE9), targeting both private and public property.
Over three years, racist graffiti appeared across Eltham Page, Eltham Park and Progress, Eltham Town and the Avery Hill wards.
The Met describes the suspect as being around 5ft 8 inches tall of medium build who walks with a distinctive gait.
Anyone with information is urged to call 101, quoting CAD1298/5Feb. Tell MAMA can pass information forward on your behalf or anonymously.
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