Stockton wants to know who posted bias fliers on campus

Stockton University is looking to identify three persons of interest in an investigation that includes postings for a white supremacist group.
“I would like to thank the members of our community for continuing to provide leads, information, and locations of recent unauthorized flyers,” interim Stockton Police Chief Cynthia Parker wrote in an email sent to faculty and students.
Several photos posted by Stockton students on Facebook show fliers and stickers throughout campus for Identity Evropa, a white supremacist group that targets college campuses with its message.
The criminal investigation is for criminal mischief, trespassing and unauthorized postings on campus property, Parker wrote.
Pictures of a woman and two men were included.
“Stockton police continue to actively investigate the unauthorized posting of fliers on the University campus,” spokeswoman Diane D’Amico told BreakingAC. “At this time the three individuals in the photos have not been identified and remain persons of interest. We continue to ask members of the Stockton community to report to the Stockton police if any additional fliers are found, or if they can help identify the three individuals.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Stockton University police at 609-652-4390.
“Stockton University Police Department takes all allegations of bias incidents and bias crimes seriously, and the University collectively will not tolerate any act of hate or discrimination against one another,” Parker wrote.