This was the scene at an Armagh housing estate after symbols of hatred were daubed on property.
And the PSNI has issued an appeal for the public to help find those responsible.
C18 – representing the neo-Nazi group Combat 18 – was spray painted, along with a swastika, on a house.
Police say two cars and a house were targeted sometime between 6pm on Saturday, June 25, and noon on Sundayy.
The incidents – which happened at Orangefield Drive – are being treated as racially motivated hate crimes.
The PSNI said: “No one has the right to intimidate or threaten any member of our community and we will not tolerate hate crime in any shape or form.
“If you have information that could help our investigation, please contact us on 101, quoting ref: 660 260616.”
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