POLICE are investigating a paint bomb attack on the Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall in Derry.
The PSNI said the paint was thrown at the building on Magazine Street by youths at 7 pm on Tuesday night.
Sinn Féin Foyle MLA Raymond McCartney said the attack was “futile”.
“The message has to go out loud and clear to whoever was involved that it’s totally wrong,” he said.
“The city is buzzing this week with positivity with tens of thousands of visitors and Derry is being put on the map as the cultural capital of Ireland.
“A very small minority cannot be allowed to undermine or damage the collective efforts of the people of Derry as we try to move this city forward.”
Police in Derry are appealing for anyone with information about the attack to contact them on 0845 600 8000.
Last month, the PSNI charged three youths with a paint bomb attack on the hall.