Published Saturday, 02 November 2013
Police are investigating the paint attack. (© Pacemaker)
The front wall of the building, on the Enniskillen Road in Ballinamallard, was targeted some time on Thursday night.
A spokesman for the Orange Order said a carving of King William was daubed with paint.
He also claimed an unused shotgun cartridge was discovered in the carpark of the Hall.
A statement said: "The Ballinamallard incident is the sixteenth reported attack on Orange property so far this year.
"This was a blatant sectarian attack and those responsible should be ashamed of their actions.
"By deliberately daubing paint on a carving of King William on the front of the hall, the true intent of the perpetrators was clear. Their abject failure to tolerate Protestant culture and heritage, and lack of understanding, was also exposed for all to see."
Police said they are investigating the reports of criminal damage.
They added: "Police would appeal to anyone who witnessed the incident or anyone with any information to contact them at Enniskillen Police Station on 0845 600 8000."
Local Ulster Unionist MLA Tom Elliott condemned the attack.
He said: "It's my understanding that during the course of Halloween night, someone or a group of individuals decided to vandalise Drummurry Orange Hall by throwing paint over the front of the building. They not only defaced the front wall but also covered a carved stone set in the wall which displays King William III.
"This is an area which is moving forward and which enjoys excellent community relations. We won't allow sectarian acts like this to hold us back."
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