MISSOULA - Anti-Semitic fliers were found on car windshields in the University of Montana District.
The fliers are labeled "Jews Attack 1st Amendment" and were reported found near the University Villages student housing neighborhood.
UM Communications Director, Paula Short, said all of the papers have been removed.
Short said UM officials believe the fliers were placed on cars at around 1:00 A.M. Friday.
The school does not have information about a possible suspect.
Investigators are checking campus security cameras.
Anyone with information is asked to call the UM Police Department at (406) 243-6131.
UPDATE 2/12: New flyers were found this week on local residents' cars.
Someone also spraypainted "White Power" and a swastika on a downtown building, according to a Missoulian reporter.
Same day anti-Semitic literature shows up on Missoula properties, after I’ve already talked to people today for a Nazi story, this shows up on Broadway building. Paint still fresh. #mtnews pic.twitter.com/bqmMsGQ3Vj— Seaborn Larson (@SeabornLarson) February 12, 2019