Police probe over Chichester ‘killer’ graffiti

Picture by Kate Shemilt
Picture by Kate Shemilt

POLICE are investigating how alarming graffiti appeared on the wall of a Chichester depot.

It reads ‘4.30am Seley Killer’ (sic).

The message was daubed on the side of the Dairy Crest depot, in Terminus Road.

A spokesman from Sussex Police said: “Police were informed on Friday (November 21) that black graffiti writing had been daubed on a wall of Dairy Crest, Terminus Road, Chichester.

“Police are investigating. Anyone who witnessed the incident should contact police on 101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting serial 0178 of November 21.

Meanwhile, a spokeswoman from Dairy Crest told the Observer: “We are aware of the graffiti on the wall of our Chichester depot on Terminus Road.

“We are currently in the process of arranging for the graffiti to be removed and we are helping the police with their enquiries.”