World Bulletin / News Desk
Racist statements and swastikas were drawn on a building in the western German city of Moers, which the city was planning to use as a shelter for refugees from different countries, local police reported Wednesday.
The building, which used to be a hotel, was rented by Moers Municipality to settle refugees from abroad, according to police officials.
German Rheinische Post newspaper quoted Moers Mayor Christoph Fleischhauer as saying: “This incident damages our city’s image.”
Police have launched an investigation to find the graffiti offender.Güncelleme Tarihi: 15 Nisan 2015, 13:02