City of Swan removes offensive South Guildford graffiti

Picture: Bell Tower Times/Twitter
Picture: Bell Tower Times/Twitter

CITY of Swan has removed offensive graffiti in South Guildford.

Chief executive Mike Foley said all graffiti was recorded and downloaded to the WA Police graffiti website.

Mr Foley said swastika symbols had been removed in the City in the past.

“This type of graffiti will always be removed rapidly, as soon as we are made aware of its presence,” he said.

“This particular site is a constant target for graffiti because of its high profile location.”

Bayswater Mayor Dan Bull said his City was unaware of any vandalism similar to this having happened in the past.

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