House blast being probed as arson and hate crime

Ohio authorities are investigating the explosion of a home belonging to an interracial couple as an arson and possible hate crime after racial slurs were found painted on the garage and two vehicles.
0:31 | 08/07/19

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The FBI in deputies in Ohio are investigating a house explosion as a possible hate crime. And neighbors reported a blast at that home in sterling at around 1 AM on July 3. The interracial couple who live there were home at the time they were saying somewhere else while repairs were being done. The sheriff there says a swastika and racial slurs were found on the couple's garage and on neighbors' cars. The homeowner says he feels helpless and disgusted. If someone would do this.

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