Boda, Indonesia – At least two people have been killed and five injured after an Indonesian fashion show production team in the resort town of Boda was hacked and vandalised with anti-Muslim graffiti, local media said.
Police chief Tito Sompo said two teenagers were among those killed on Saturday.
The attackers were wearing ski masks and carrying knives, according to the local news agency Jatalan.
The perpetrators used machetes to smash the front of a workshop, leaving four pieces of artwork and several pairs of pants missing, Sompa said.
He said the suspects had not yet been identified.
Local media said the attack was carried out by unknown men.
No group has claimed responsibility.
Sompo was quoted by the Jakarta Post newspaper as saying the attack had occurred at a workshop to be used for the production of clothes for the local fashion show in Boda on Saturday night.
He did not specify whether the attack involved the perpetrators’ clothing.