Page last updated at 15:49 GMT, Wednesday, 19 August 2009 16:49 UK

Orange Hall attack third in month

Rasharkin Orange Hall
The Orange Hall was daubed with graffiti on Friday as well

An Orange Hall in County Antrim was attacked by vandals for the third time in two weeks on Tuesday night.

Graffiti was daubed on the outside of the hall on Main Street in Rasharkin.

On 8 August paint was thrown at the hall and on 14 August a small fire was started at the front of the hall causing scorch damage.

This latest incident was reported to police at 0800 BST on Wednesday. Police have appealed for anyone with information to contact them.

A parade of 40 bands is due to take place in the village on Friday night.



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