Another swastikas incident reported at St. Cloud Stateby Tim Post, Minnesota Public Radio
Another incident of racially biased graffiti has been reported at St. Cloud State University.
St. Cloud, Minn. — According to the St. Cloud Police Department, a swastika was found Tuesday night scrawled in a bathroom stall at the St. Cloud State University's student center. There have been several such incidents over the past month.
Late last week a swastika drawn on a piece of paper was slid under a professor's door, and drawings featuring people wearing swastikas on their arms were found in four places around campus. In two separate incidents in late November, swastikas were found in a resident hall bathroom and in another building on campus. Police aren't sure if the incidents are related.
The St. Cloud Police Department and St. Cloud State University officials consider the graffiti a hate crime.