The Nueces County District Attorney's Office is looking into racially charged posters that were placed on the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi campus last weekend.

TAMUCC President Kelly Quintanilla informed students, faculty and staff of the development in an email released Friday. In the email she states that results of the investigation conducted by TAMUCC are now in the hands of the DA's office for their review.

Details of the university's investigation have not been released.

The anti-immigration posters were put up by a so-called "alt-right" group. They were quickly taken down.

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