Racist posters taped to a primary school, library and community centre in Manchester

The Metro reports that a spate of racist posters have been stuck to a primary school, community centre and a row of houses in Manchester.

Racist posters were taped to a school, a Pakistani community centre and posted to houses.

Police are now investigating the offensive posters that were stuck to the buildings in Manchester.

They have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to in connection with the incidents.

The posters were thought to be put up and distributed during Thursday afternoon.

Posters were stuck to St Luke’s primary school, the local library library and the Pakistani Community centre in the Longsight area of Manchester.

The primary is a Church of England school a short distance from the community centre. The centre had previously held a discussion on Islamophobia entitled ‘The New Racism?’

Superintendent Dave Pester from the City of Manchester Team, based at Longsight Police Station, said: ‘I am determined to find out who is responsible for these despicable crimes. Hate Crime has no place in our community, and I would ask that anyone with information contacts the police.”

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