NKU Police Release Images of Suspects Who Damaged Pro-Life Display
An anti-abortion display at Northern Kentucky University was vandalized and now police on campus are releasing images of the suspects.
Northern Right to Life erected crosses to represent the number of abortions that take place each day, and within hours, it was damaged. Dozens of the crosses had been knocked over.
“This is very concerning to us because we are worried that NKU's campus is no longer a place for free speech. Not to mention that this vandalism is also a felony,” Maria Walker, president of Northern Right to Life, told Campus Reform.
NKU administrators issued a statement declaring the university's commitment to protecting the First Amendment rights of all students.
Police released a surveillance video and still images from the scene:
Anyone with helpful information is asked to call Northern Kentucky University Police at 859.572.5500.