Crow bars, bricks and hatred; a shopkeeper wakes up from his nightmare on the Pendle estate
A Litherland shopkeeper who endured years of racism and violence has thanked the police for ending his ordeal.
Matt Mahalingam was once reduced to tears by the level of violence he and his staff had to endure at the Supersaver store on Pendle Drive.
When Matt accepted a management position at the store in 2009 he had little idea of the hate and violence that lay ahead of him.
The shop manager was forced to report a wave of incidents to Merseyside Police between 2010 to 2012.
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