‘Sinister’ graffiti in Waterford city is removed by council workers

Waterford City and County Council said it received reports of graffiti in the Grange Manor area of Waterford on Tuesday evening, May 14. Pictures posted by Damien Tiernan of WLR radio

Eoin Kelleher

Sinister graffiti spray painted on to walls in a housing estate in Waterford city is to be removed today.

The graffiti, which contains the words ‘kill shiners’ and ‘hang traitors’ paired with a celtic cross or gun sight symbol, have been reported to local Gardaí. The two images were sprayed on to walls close by to each other.

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Waterford City and County Council (WCCC) said it received reports of graffiti in the Grange Manor area of Waterford on Tuesday evening, May 14. WCCC Amenities Team will be removing the graffiti on Wednesday, confirmed a spokesperson for the Council.

Green Party Cllr Cristíona Kiely commented: “Another day, another new low. This graffiti in Waterford is sinister and intimidating for the people it’s meant to target and for everyone who has to see it.”

The images were to be removed by WCCC Amenities Team on Wednesday morning this week. Pictures posted by Damien Tiernan of WLR radio

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