UCFPD declares Anti-Semitic displays case inactive
The UCF Police Department has declared the investigation into the anti-Semitic displays that appeared on campus last year inactive due to the exhaustion of all investigative leads, according to a release from the university.
In the hours between Nov. 14 and 15, several offensive stickers were placed on Central Florida Future newsstands outside Tower 4 on UCF’s main campus, as well as other locations, including Nike.
On Nov. 25, UCFPD released surveillance footage of persons of interest posting the hateful displays in and near on-campus housing earlier that month.
UCFPD received several tips, according to the release, but was unable to identify those responsible.
The case has been reclassified as inactive, meaning it could be reopened in the event additional information is brought forward.
UCFPD urges anyone with information to call 407-823-5555.
Rosie Reitze is a Digital Producer for the Central Florida Future. Follow her on Twitter at @rosie_ucf or email her at RosieR@centralfloridafuture.com.