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Curry College, in Massachusetts, has fired an employee linked to hateful graffiti found on campus this year, WHDH News reported.

Curry students found more than a dozen swastikas and racist graffiti in dorm bathrooms, laundry rooms and other areas on campus. One message specifically targeted Black students and mentioned a date in February. College officials ordered remote learning on several dates and offered a $10,000 reward for information.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Milton police determined that one person was likely behind the racist vandalism and identified a person of interest. The college then conducted its own internal investigation and fired an employee. But college rules mean the employee was not identified.

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