ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) -- Rochester police say they have no suspects after racist graffiti was found on a family's driveway.
A swastika and a KKK symbol, apparently referring to the Ku Klux Klan, were found on the driveway Sunday. The word "stink" was written nearby.
Fahma Mohamed tells the Post-Bulletin the symbols felt "very personal" -- a message to make her family feel unwelcome.
Mohamed says many neighbors have brought over flowers and expressed their regret.
It took about three hours to power-wash the graffiti away.
Last May, the same symbols were painted on the siding of a house a block away.
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