SALISBURY, Md. (WJZ) — Salisbury University is increasing security following multiple incidences of racist and sexually-charged vandalism on campus.

University officials said the most recent vandalism was found at Fulton Hall, which houses a number of administrative offices, classrooms and Delmarva Public Radio.

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An Instagram post from the university’s NAACP chapter shows a number of messages written on the walls in a stairwell, one of which reads “Sandy Hook Comes to SU” followed by a racial slur.

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“Such abhorrent acts do not reflect the core values of our community,” the university said in a statement. “As a University, SU remains resolute together and condemns any and all forms of hatred, racism, bigotry or supremacist ideology that seek to hurt, terrorize, bully or marginalize any members of our community.”

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The university is offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest in the case.