The culprit who hung a black baby doll from a metal chain nose in a New York City Parks and Recreation facility last month has been caught, the Huffington Post reports.
Police arrested Fariz Ahmemulic and charged him with aggravated harassment as a hate crime for the incident, CBS New York reports.
The doll was found near a black employee’s desk in the department’s Bronx borough headquarters, prompting a hate crime investigation. The letters “KKK” were also found scratched in a bathroom.
The department issued a statement, saying they are glad the matter had been resolved.
Read more at the Huffington Post.