Police: Egged house could be hate crime
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
ELMHURST, Del. - December 14, 2011 (WPVI) -- Detectives in Delaware are investigating a hate crime in a suburban community.
On Sunday, a homeowner reported that his house had been egged. It's located in the 400 block of Mansion Road in Elmhurst.
He noticed that some of the shells didn't break. Those eggs reportedly had racist symbols and slogans written on them. Police want the public's help in tracking down those responsible. Anyone with information is urged to contact New Castle County Police at 302-395-8110.
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