Stickers with hateful messages and notions of white supremacy were recently found and reported in Bay Shore, police said.
The stickers, which include images of swastikas and the KKK were found on street signs, crosswalks, on local buildings and several signs in town, police said. Investigators were notified and detectives from the Hateful Crimes Unit have launched an investigation.
Police are also investigating swastikas that were drawn in chalk at a nearby park in Brightwaters on April 23.
Officials are in the process of removing the stickers across town. The identities of any potential suspects have not been released.
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