Police are investigating an incident outside Folkestone Mosque in Foord Road South, Folkestone at 9.10 pm on Thursday 23 May.
A small rock was thrown at the front door of the building while worshippers were inside. There was no damage caused. A small rock was thrown at the front door of the building while worshippers were inside. There was no damage caused.
It was then reported to police that just after the incident four young girls also walked past and made racist comments.
Kent Police is taking a zero tolerance approach to any incidents of religiously or racially aggravated attacks, or hate crime, in the wake of the Woolwich murder.
Assistant Chief Constable Gary Beautridge from Kent Police said: “We have made it clear what our approach will be to any reports of crime or disorder following the murder in Woolwich. We will be continuing that approach and will act swiftly to bring anyone into custody that is suspected of committing any offences.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Kent Police on 101. Alternatively if you would prefer to remain anonymous call Kent Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.