Swastikas Found On University Of Maryland Campus

Police at the University of Maryland are investigating three hate-related reports of graffiti inside a men’s restroom stall.
According to police, offensive language or drawings scrawled in black marker were found in a men’s restroom stall in the Ellicott Dining Hall between September 28 and October 9.
The first report was on September 28, the second shortly before on October 7, and the third on October 9. The October 7 report was about an offensive phrase and a swastika.
Police are offering a $2,000 reward for information that leads to an identification of the person responsible.
via Baltimore Sun:

Campus police at College Park have served a criminal summons to one individual accused of malicious distribution of property. This person has been served with a denial of access to campus and is no longer an employee of the university, college officials said.
“Diversity and inclusion are core values of our institution, and these values will and must be upheld. We are currently leading forward a campus-wide action plan to combat hate and create a safer campus for all,” a statement from the university said.
At UMBC’s Catonsville campus, authorities are also investigating swastikas being drawn on or carved into surfaces in restrooms, classrooms and residential buildings.
Reports of such incidents began over the summer and have continued through the semester, police said in a crime alert.

University police are asking anyone with information about the College Park incidents should call 301-405-3555 or email [email protected]

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