Cops Investigating KKK Flyers Found in Montco Suburbs

Upper Dublin Township police called the flyers “acts of hate” that “will not be tolerated.”

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Upper Dublin Township Police are investigating after several flyers containing hate speech promoting the Ku Klux Klan were discovered on Monday in Maple Glen.

Police said the flyers were left on the driveways of several homes early in the morning. In a statement issued yesterday, authorities called the flyers “acts of hate” that “will not be tolerated.” 

Police are asking anyone with information to contact the department at 215-646-2101.

In February, residents discovered similar flyers in Bucks County and in several New Jersey towns, including Moorestown, Cinnaminson and Maple Shade.

Earlier this month, flyers promoting white supremacy were discovered on Temple University’s campus – just weeks after students found neo-Nazi posters on the University of Pennsylvania’s campus.

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