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Recently resigned student government president claimed racist notes were left for him

The Police Department has closed its investigation into racist notes left on the door of the student government president’s door. It will not say if it has a suspect or not.

“The investigation is closed,” Harvard University Police Department spokesperson told The Crimson. “It was closed at the conclusion of the investigation,” he told the campus newspaper.

The paper reported that Catalano would not say if a suspect had been identified.

, the recent president of the , alleged in February that someone left several notes (pictured) for him on his door that said “Michael Cheng is a ch**k. Save the UC.”

Cheng resigned on Tuesday after successfully convincing students to dissolve the current UC and create a new legislative body.

Catalano and HUPD Chief Victory Clay did not provide comments in response to Fix media inquiries. The Ivy League university’s media relations team did not respond to questions about the investigation.

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“I really appreciate the professionalism, dedication, and attention to detail of Captain Negron and Detective Surette, Cheng said, according to The Crimson. “The fact that Captain Negron and Detective Surette spent weeks tirelessly searching for the truth, which still is our highest aspiration at our university, reinforces my faith in humanity.”

The Fix asked Cheng what steps were taken to investigate the incident but he did not return two emailed

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