In pictures: Mysterious graffiti appears in Larne and Glenarm

Grafitti on the Laharna Building in Larne.
Grafitti on the Laharna Building in Larne.

Larne and Glenarm residents awoke to find mysterious graffiti daubed on the side of local buildings this morning (Thursday December 15).

The graffiti bore the words “House Breakers” alongside a symbol of a circle containing a cross.

Graffiti in Glenarm. INLT-51-707-con

Graffiti in Glenarm. INLT-51-707-con

Two such slogans were scrawled across the town’s Laharna building, while another appeared on the boarded-up doors of the former Poundstretchers store in Lower Cross Street and a third was spotted on a wall in Fleet Street.

There were also reports of a slogan in Boyne Square.

Meanwhile, two similar slogans were spotted in Glenarm.

A PSNI spokesperson said they had not yet received any reports of the incidents.

Graffiti on the former Poundstretchers building in Lower Cross Street. INLT-52-704-con

Graffiti on the former Poundstretchers building in Lower Cross Street. INLT-52-704-con

A Housing Executive spokesperson said that the graffiti on the Laharna building will be removed today (Thursday).

Graffiti at Fleet Street in Larne. INLT-52-706-con

Graffiti at Fleet Street in Larne. INLT-52-706-con

Grafitti on the Laharna building. INLT-52-705-con

Grafitti on the Laharna building. INLT-52-705-con