Published Wednesday, 02 July 2014
The graffiti has been caught on camera and posted on social media. (© @kellynoelle0)
It is the second time this year that police have had to investigate such messages appearing in the village, after similar signs were posted in January.
The latest message has been daubed on a wall sometime between 11pm on Friday and 5am on Saturday.
Officers are investigating and have appealed to anyone with information to contact them in Dungannon, or to either speak with their local beat officer or contact Crimstoppers anonymously.
Area Commander Chief Inspector Jane Humphries said: "It is disappointing that a small minority of people are engaged in this type of behaviour.
"Local police would like to reassure the public that our priority is to keep communities safe and to reassure them that we can act quickly and effectively."
Sinn Féin MP Michelle Gildernew branded the message both "racist and extremely sinister", adding that it must be removed immediately.
"Those behind it have taken the time and effort to stencil this message threatening landlords who would rent property to foreign nationals," she said.
"This comes only a day after KKK flags were removed in Belfast.
"This message threatens landlords and essentially instils fears into anyone from an ethnic background living in or near the town."
Ms Gildernew also called for political leadership on the issue.
"Politicians from all parties should be unequivocal that racism has no place in Tyrone or anywhere else," she said.
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