Three properties have been raided by counter-terrorism detectives after neo-Nazi graffiti was spotted in Brisbane’s south. Counter-terrorism detectives have raided three properties after racist neo-Nazi graffiti was spotted near a playground in Brisbane’s south. It will be alleged a footpath at the Calamvale District Park was spray painted with racist material, while a neo-Nazi banner was hung from a nearby tree in early February. Officers from the Counter-Terrorism Investigation Group seized a number of items after carrying out three warrants in Brisbane’s southern suburbs on Friday, but no charges were laid. Investigations are ongoing as police issued a warning to anyone engaging in racist depictions. “Everyone in Queensland has a right to feel safe, to not feel threatened or victimised, and the Queensland Police Service remains committed to supporting people across our culturally diverse society,” it said. “The Queensland Police Service urges anyone who feels threatened or fearful by the actions of others to contact police.”

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siehe auch: Police raid Queensland home in relation to Neo-Nazi graffiti. Police have raided multiple Brisbane homes after racist and neo-Nazi sayings were hung and spray painted at a local park. Officers allege the footpath at Calamvale District Park was spray painted with racist material, and an offensive banner was hung between trees between February 3 and 4. An investigation was launched and a number of items of interest were seized by police when three search warrants were executed on Brisbane’s southside on Friday.