DALLAS -- The SMU Police Department is looking for five suspects after disturbing words were found posted around SMU's campus over the weekend.
At least three racist and homophobic flyers were found, according to the student newspaper, The Daily Campus.
The people behind the flyers posed alongside them, their faces covered and their arms in a Nazi salute. They took credit for the work on social media and bragged about it.
The group describes itself as the "Face of American Fascism."
One of their banners, according to The Daily Campus, was hung at a gate to the lacrosse field. It read "White men! Save your people."
Another flyer posted on a building read "No more tolerance no more diversity." Another called for a "white revolution."
The newspaper says the school's administration is aware of the flyers. In a university-wide email, the school president said SMU police had launched an investigation.
Police said Monday that it's looking for five people of interest. It says the same group has targeted other universities in Texas.
Surveillance video shows the suspects driving a dark-colored full-sized pickup truck at Park Cities Plaza at about 11:20 p.m. Saturday.
Two people were later caught on camera carrying a banner on campus Sunday just before 12:30 a.m.
If you have any information, you're asked to call police at (214) 768-3333.
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