UKIP store attacked by vandals for the second time

The UKIP campaign store on Cleveland Street in Chorley had its windows smashed and fascists daubed on the footpath outside.

The UKIP campaign store on Cleveland Street in Chorley had its windows smashed and fascists daubed on the footpath outside.

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A town centre UKIP campaign shop has been attacked for the second time in as many days.

Vandals smashed the windows of the Cleveland Street store, in Chorley and daubed graffiti on the footpath.

On Wednesday, a Nazi swastika and vile offensive remarks were spray painted on the windows.

Today, yobs smashed the windows of the shop and then sprayed fascists outside the front door.

Chorley Police has said they are investigating the incident.

UKIP’s prospective parliamentary candidate for Chorley Mark Smith condemned the attacks on the store.

His fellow parliamentary candidates who are battling it out for the seat in Chorley also criticised the attack.

A spokesman from Chorley Police said: “Anyone with any information should call us on 101.