GREENVILLE, NC (AP) – Police at East Carolina University have identified two suspects in a case of racist graffiti found in a residence hall.
Police say the graffiti was found about 4 a.m. Sunday in a stairwell and on a wall on the second floor of Jones Residence Hall. They identified two suspects on security video and say the two aren’t students, ECU employees or members of the Greenville community.
They say the graffiti targeted blacks. Police have found no evidence that the messages targeted an individual.
No arrests have been made.
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