The PSNI have appealed for information after graffiti in support of the Grenfell Tower victims was sprayed across the outside of Kingspan Ravenhill Stadium, following Ulster's loss to Munster on Sunday evening.
Ulster Rugby have a long running sponsorship with Kingspan, who were one of the companies to provide insulation for the Grenfell building, which went ablaze in 2017, killing 72 people.
Sgt Whiteside of the PSNI released a statement on the incident yesterday.
"Just after 11am today, we received a report of graffiti at a sports stadium in Ravenhill Park.
“Officers attended and noted a considerable amount of graffiti over the front of the premises.
Ulster rugby released the following statement on the situation:
"The club would like to thank local residents for their ongoing help and support."
The inquiry into the Grenfell Tower tragedy is ongoing.
Lewis Hamilton's team decided to break off a sponsorship opportunity with Kingspan back in 2021 after facing a public backlash. At the time, Kingspan released the following statement to the media regarding its role in Grenfell.
Kingspan played no role in the design of the cladding system on Grenfell Tower, where its K15 product constituted approximately 5% of the insulation and was used as a substitute product without Kingspan’s knowledge in a system that was not compliant with the buildings regulations