African man’s house daubed with white paint

Adu Kyeremateng who lives in Upper Townsend Terrace is originally from Ghana, but moved to Northern Ireland eight years ago
Adu Kyeremateng who lives in Upper Townsend Terrace is originally from Ghana, but moved to Northern Ireland eight years ago

A black man’s house has been daubed with white paint in what police are treating as a hate crime.

It happened at the home of Adu Kyeremateng in Upper Townsend Terrace, in the lower Shankill area of west Belfast.

Mr Kyeremateng is originally from Ghana, but moved to Northern Ireland eight years ago.

The incident happened some time between 10pm on Saturday and 8am on Sunday.

The PSNI have called for anyone with information to come forward by calling 101, or by telephoning Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.