DAVIS (CBS13) – Police in Davis say they’re investigating another case of hateful graffiti found at a Jewish organization’s house.

According to the Davis Police Department, a janitor discovered the graffiti in a bathroom at The Hillel House – a Jewish organization affiliated with UC Davis – back in late January. The janitor said the phrase “grout out the jews” was etched into the grout of inside a toilet stall. It was immediately removed, police say.

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The janitor reportedly came forward Wednesday due to the other recent incident of hateful graffiti found at the Alpha Epsilon Pi house. AEPi is a Jewish fraternity affiliated with UC Davis.

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Davis Police say they’re investigating the graffiti found at The Hillel House as a hate crime. It was believed to have been done at some point between Jan. 22 and 23.

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Anyone with information relevant to both AEPi and Hillel House investigations is asked to call the Davis Police Department at (530) 747-5400.