BUTLER CO, Pa. - Rainbow flags were found tattered at Slippery Rock University, and now members of the school's LGBTQ community say they don't feel safe on campus.
The Commission for Gender Identity & Expression and Sexual Orientation (GIESO) expressed its concerns about the signs Monday morning.
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"While we do not yet know the specific identity or motives of the perpetrator, we do know that destruction of these signs contributes to a feeling of not being safe on campus for our LGBTQ+ students, faculty, and staff," the organization said.
And now, police are investigating the incident.
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The signs saying "love one love all" were put up in mid-October celebrating Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Month.
University officials said if it turns out to be vandalism, they will deal with it appropriately.
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