Racist graffiti has been scratched into a number of cars in Oldham.
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) received over ten reports of a man damaging vehicles on Heron Street. It happened shortly after 3.50am on Saturday 19 November.
He scratched a number of the words onto the cars which contained racist language.
The offender was last seen on Hollins Road, near to the Britannia pub.
He is described as tall, wearing red trainers, a grey Adidas hoodie and carrying a red bag in his hand.
Detective Inspector Ian Harratt, from Oldham’s CID team, described the words scratched into the cars as “offensive and unacceptable”.
“Racist behaviour is never tolerated by GMP and we want to find the man responsible for this”, he said.
Anyone from the local community who has any information or recognises the man is strongly urged to contact the police.