- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 21, 2017

HOPEWELL, N.J. (AP) - Police in New Jersey say more than a dozen lawn signs advocating against hatred and bigotry have been stolen from homes.

NJ.com reports (https://bit.ly/2mQlOOW ) the anti-hate signs were taken earlier this month from homes in Hopewell and Hopewell Township, near Trenton.

The signs that were stolen read “Hate Doesn’t Live Here,” ”Hate Has No Home Here” and “No matter where you are from, we’re glad you’re our neighbor.”

The signs have started popping up at homes across the country since last year’s presidential election.

The signs cost between $5 and $10 each.

An investigation remains ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact police.

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Information from: NJ Advance Media.


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