Friday, February 22, 2013
SMU police investigating possible student hate crime
The culprits have yet to be identified.
HIGHLAND PARK SMU Police are investigating a possible hate crime against a student, The Dallas Morning News reported.
The student, who is of Asian descent, told SMU Police that four or five men sprayed him with water guns, threw a rock at him, and called him a racial slur while he was walking through an on-campus parking lot.
The men, who were in a black SUV, have not yet been identified.
Executive Director of News and Communications Kent Best said in a statement, “SMU Police are actively investigating and encourage anyone with information about this reported incident to notify the Police Department.”
If you have any information, contact the Police Department at 214.768.3333. Or, provide information online through the Silent Witness form.
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