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White supremacist stickers placed throughout Seattle’s Chinatown

Police in Seattle are investigating the placement of stickers promoting white nationalists throughout the city’s Chinatown-International District, reports Patch.

Witnesses saw three men in masks plastering the stickers on several Asian American-owned businesses.

Q13 reports stunned and concerned community members spent time scraping off most of the White supremacist propaganda.

“They were staring at me the whole time, because when I came out they kept looking at me non-stop,” said a store owner who spoke on conditions of anonymity to KOMO News.

Police from the Bias Crime Unit told KOMO the men are likely associated with the Patriot Front, a known White supremacist hate group. The stickers included slogans associated with White supremacists including “America First” and “Better Dead Than Red.”

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