Sick graffiti artists are scrawling racially-aggravated and intimidating messages in huge red letters all over Milton Keynes, the Citizen can reveal.
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The latest attack came this week on the Peace Pagoda at Willen Lake.
Slogans including ‘kill all whites’, ‘Allah will take all’, and ‘Black (sic) power must prosper’ were painted all over it.
Similar graffiti was also painted on the 17th century St Mary Magdalene Church in Willen Village and also a broadband cabinet in Broughton.
The lettering and the words were almost identical to those scrawled over a historic grave at Newport Pagnell churchyard in February.
All featured the words ‘NU-Gambian Manz’, which could be the culprit’s tag.
It is likely be politically motivated, as another target over the weekend was the office of city MPs Mark Lancaster and Iain Stewart in Linford Wood.
Mark said: ““The individual or individuals defacing buildings and signs across Milton Keynes, including the Peace Pagoda and grave stones should be utterly ashamed of their actions.”
He added: “We have a thriving multi-faith community that works incredibly well together. I, and others will not accept this kind of intimidation and attempts to divide our community.”
Anybody who knows anything about who is responsible for the graffiti should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.