Police search for suspects involved in hate crime at La Jolla High School

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Vandals entered the campus of La Jolla High School Saturday night and spray-painted hateful and graphic graffiti that included profanity, a swastika and other phrases.

School police were notified and contacted San Diego Police and investigation is underway.

No suspects have been identified and no arrests have been made. Based on the type of phrases and images involved, this is being treated as a hate crime.

The graffiti has been removed as of now.

The San Diego Police Department asks anyone with information to call school police at (619) 291-7678, available 24 hours, or the anonymous tip line at 1-(888)-580-TIPS (8477).

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