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Cascade: December 23, 2017

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Help Needed to Identify Suspects PostingĀ Anti-Semitic Fliers

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On Saturday, December 23, from approximately 8:00-8:30PM, a group of seven unknown subjects, pictured above, affixed and adhered multiple fliers, posters and stickers to exterior surfaces at the Cascade campus. The fliers espoused white supremacist and anti-Semitic messages, with a swastika sticker also being left on an electrical box near parking lot 1.

If you recognize any of the subjects or vehicles pictured or have any information regarding this case, please contact Public Safety at (971) 722-4902.

Updated January 30, 2018

The Portland Community College Public Safety, in partnership with Crime Stoppers of Oregon, is asking for the public’s help to identify the suspects involved in several incidents of criminal mischief on the Cascade Campus.

In the evening hours of December 23, 2018, several subjects posted anti-Semitic material on the Cascade Campus of Portland Community College, located at 705 North Killingsworth Street.

The material, which included flyers, stickers, tape, and adhesive, were placed in several locations around campus.

Surveillance video was reviewed by PCC Public Safety, which showed seven individuals walking onto campus at or about the time of the incident. Video surveillance also showed some of the subjects affixing the material to campus property. Two vehicles believed to be associated with the group were also recorded on video — a green 1995 to 2001 Ford Explorer and a green sedan, unknown make or model.

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