Four men have been sentenced to four months in jail at Bournemouth Crown Court after having pleaded guilty to religiously aggravated criminal damage. They were also ordered to pay £150 compensation each to Dorset Islamic Centre.
Two brothers have appeared in court in connection with an alleged attack on a mosque in Poole in Dorset. Four windows were smashed at the premises of the Dorset Islamic Cultural Centre on Thursday afternoon.
Robert Mullins, 35, of Shaftesbury, and Trevor Mullins, 38, of Poole, have been charged with racially aggravated criminal damage.
Both men were given conditional bail and will re-appear before Bournemouth Magistrates on June 3rd.
Two men are due to appear in court this morning charged following an alleged incident of vandalism on a mosque in Dorset.
Robert Mullins, 35, of Shaftesbury, and Trevor Mullins, 38, of Poole, have been charged with racially aggravated criminal damage following the incident at Ashley Road in Parkstone on Thursday.
Four windows were smashed at the premises of the Dorset Islamic Cultural Centre at 3.50pm.
The two men will appear before Bournemouth Magistrates.