Pembroke Pines police have released surveillance video of three people wanted for leaving a wooden dresser with words of hate and racial slurs in a courtyard at Flanagan High School.
It was September 24 when police got a call about something suspicious in the school’s courtyard.
There was a dresser which had messages written on it, including “Open Me,” “Surprise Inside,” and on the top it read “I hate [racial slur]” followed by a swastika.
Three people were caught on surveillance video during the time of the incident; police have released the surveillance video in hopes someone might recognize them.
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