Red paint on white walls. In Vannes, the racist graffiti discovered on Monday on the walls of the Bécel stadium gymnasium did not go unnoticed. Described as "anti-Islam and anti-immigration" by our colleagues at Le Télégramme, the messages have since been deleted by the technical services of the Morbihan prefecture. Before they were hidden, the tags had been carefully observed by the police, who are looking to find out who may have written these messages decorated with Celtic crosses.
I strongly condemn the despicable, racist graffiti that was discovered at the Bécel stadium. The City of #Vannes will file a complaint and I hope that the perpetrator(s) will be firmly convicted. Vannes is and will remain a welcoming city, open to others
— David Robo (@DavidRobo56) November 20, 2023
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In a message posted on his X account, the mayor of Vannes "strongly" condemned these acts, describing the writings as "despicable, racist tags". David Robo announced that the city would file a complaint. "I hope that the perpetrator or perpetrators will be firmly condemned. Vannes is and will remain a welcoming city, open to others," added the mayor of Vannes.
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