Two Orthodox Jewish girls’ primary schools in Stamford Hill were vandalised with red paint in the last few days in a “disgraceful attempt” at intimidation.
Paint was thrown on at least two external doors and multiple windows of Vishnitz Girls’ School in Stamford Hill, which has around 466 pupils, around 5:51am last Thursday. The suspected act of intimidation was discovered by school management just before 7:30am.
CCTV footage of the incident shows an individual wearing a jacket, a black mask and light-coloured trousers and trainers, and carrying an umbrella, approach the building with a plastic bag and a pot of paint. The vandal throws the paint on to the building’s front door before walking away.