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Hate stickers on Westbury street signs spur police inquiry

Police are investigating hate stickers that have were

Police are investigating hate stickers that have were discovered on street signs in Westbury on May 24, 2016. The small white stickers read "multiculturalism is genocide" and have a skull and crossbones in the center. Photo Credit: NEWS12

Police are investigating hate stickers that have appeared on street signs in Westbury.

The small white stickers read “multiculturalism is genocide” and have a skull and crossbones in the center. They’ve been found on two street signs off Salisbury Park Drive, according to police.

Police said the stickers were removed by Nassau County Public Works Tuesday afternoon.

It appears that the stickers are sold online by “Cigpapers,” a white supremacist blog based in Britain.

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