Police in New Hampshire say racist graffiti was found spray-painted inside a store that was robbed and set on fire.
Manchester police say the incident happened early Monday at the Rodriguez Market and Restaurant. The fire was quickly contained and ruled arson after an investigation. Investigators discovered that the interior wall had been spray-painted with racist graffiti that included the letters "KKK."
The owner had previously reported that similar graffiti was found on an exterior wall of the business in June.
Police say it's unclear if the two incidents are related.
Authorities believe the market was also burglarized.