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A house had exploded in Wayne County, and investigators are treating it as a possible hate crime after racial slurs were found on property near to the site, including a garage and vehicles.

From Fox8.com:

According to Wayne County Sheriff Travis Hutchinson, it happened at around 1 a.m. at 6743 Spruce Street in Sterling, which is between West Salem and Rittman. Hutchinson said there was no electricity or gas to the home.

It may appear that a group or an individual was behind the destruction.

No one was staying in the house when the explosion took place.

 

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