Published Tuesday, 30 July 2013
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A car window was smashed by a stone in the Protestant estate on Monday evening.
Police attended the scene to look for the culprit, who was described as wearing a red top.
They did not find anyone in the area at the time.
The incident is being treated by police as a hate crime and police are appealing for anyone with information to contact them.
It comes after community talks were held with PSNI on Monday after a group of up to 100 nationalist youths went on the rampage, damaging four cars and smashing a window of a home in the area.
The DUP said stones were thrown from the Stewartstown Road into Carnanmore Park shortly before 7pm.
"It's very disappointing that there has been a further attack," local DUP councillor Brian Kingston told UTV.
"So soon after that meeting, which went very well, more innocent residents have been attacked and I understand the police have been out."
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