Racist material found in Bervie again

Inverbervie
Inverbervie

Racist material has been distributed throughout Inverbervie for the second time in the space of three months, causing upset among residents.

The Mearns Leader was contacted by members of the public earlier this week after the offensive material was seen in the Royal Burgh.

The upsetting material around Inverbervie

The upsetting material around Inverbervie

Leaflets, promoting ‘white racial loyalty without compromise’ were put on car windscreens and were seen around the Market Square area of Inverbervie. They are

from the same organisation as previously, the Church of Creativity.

Back in March, residents were disgusted at the material posted and banded together to remove stickers from bus stops and a flag from the old bridge.

Commenting on the latest incident, Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police Scotland is aware of the material and are currently investigating the circumstances of this incident and one which occurred in March. Anyone with concerns should contact Police Scotland on 101.”

One Bervie resident who wished not to be named said: “It wasn’t a nice thing to wake up to on your car. I think the material is racist and upsetting and it isn’t something I wish to see here in the town.”