Sheriff's investigators Saturday night sought vandals who spray-painted hate-mongering messages on a wall at
Riverside County sheriff's deputies from the Temecula station were called out just before 7 p.m. Saturday to investigate the report of a motorist who noticed the graffiti on a wall while driving on Margarita Road, officials said.
The graffiti was on a buildling adjacent to the football field at 27215 Nicolas Road, sheriff's deputies said.
"The graffiti appeared to be spray painted in numerous colors," reads a press release issued by sheriff's officials.
"The graffiti depicted several anti-black and anti-gay phrases, white-supremacist logos and themes, and sexually explicit drawings," the release states.
There were no suspects found at the scene but detectives will request surveillance video -- if it is available -- from school officials.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 951-696-3000.