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California Briefing / SAN DIEGO

Plea to public in racist tagging

October 17, 2008|Tony Perry

Law enforcement officials Thursday appealed for information from the public to solve what Dist. Atty. Bonnie Dumanis called a series of "cowardly" attacks that included racist, anti-Mexican and anti-Semitic graffiti sprayed on two schools, a medical office, a Catholic school, a church and a park in Chula Vista.

The attacks took place over a series of weeks, officials said. A reward of $5,500 has been offered through Crime Stoppers, the Hate Crime Reward Fund, and Anti-Defamation League.

"San Diegans will not tolerate hate crimes," said Crime Stoppers Executive Director Sally Cox.

-- Tony Perry

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