Campus Police Investigate Slurs Against Gay Student

DANBURY, Conn. (AP) _ Police at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury say they’re investigating two incidents of anti-gay bias directed at a student.

The News-Times reports  that a student living in Litchfield Hall was the target of anti-gay slurs within the past week.

Police say one slur was written on a dry board outside the student’s dorm room last Monday, and another was found Saturday on a piece of paper that was attached to her dorm door.

University police say they don’t have any suspects and are asking anyone with information to call them.

Information from: The News-Times,

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