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Man charged with criminal damage over PC graffiti

Fiona Bone
Image caption PC Bone was killed along with her colleague PC Nicola Hughes while on duty in Tameside

A man has been charged over offensive graffiti about the death of two police officers in Greater Manchester.

The graffiti, which also referred to the Hillsborough disaster, was found on a garage door near a property in the south of the Isle of Man on Saturday.

Fiona Bone, who lived on the island before moving to Manchester, was killed while on duty in September.

The 33-year-old man has been charged with criminal damage.

Dale Cregan, 29, was charged with the murders of PC Bone and her colleague, PC Nicola Hughes, along with two other murders.

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