Hammersmith Police have increase patrols after racist graffiti was posted on a Polish Centre.
Hammersmith MP Andy Slaughter says he is "disgusted" over graffiti daubed on a Polish cultural centre in his constituency.
Hammersmith police are investigating graffiti found on the Polish Cultural Centre this morning as racially motivated criminal damage 1/4
This is an outrageous act that disgusts not only me and the Polish community but everyone in Hammersmith & Fulham. 2/4
We are proud in west London to be the centre for the Polish community in the UK and the home of @posklondon 3/4
Scotland Yard has confirmed it is investigating criminal damage at a Polish Centre in Hammersmith after reports of "racially motivated criminal damage".
Shortly before 11:00am Sunday, 26 June police were informed of an incident of alleged racially motivated criminal damage at a building in King Street, W6.
Officers from Hammersmith and Fulham Borough attended and enquiries are ongoing.
A west London MP is investigating reports that a Polish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith has been daubed with graffiti.
Re Polish Centre graffiti, we are now sending someone there to check. Please hold off comment until we get clarification.
Further, let us all say it loud & clear that Poles are incredibly welcome in the UK & the word "Solidarity" never felt more appropriate.
Earlier, Mr Hands tweeted: "Am hearing that the Polish Centre in Hammersmith has been smeared with "Go Home". This is an unspeakable crime and is indescribably awful."
The centre confirmed the incident has been reported to the police.
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