Dover Township residents found the flyers at the end of their driveways early Sunday morning. They were placed in plastic baggies with bird seed, likely to weigh it down.
The flyer promotes a white supremacist group, and includes a website address, encouraging people to learn about the group.
A Northern York County Regional Police Officer collected 20 of those baggies on Sunday morning.
Officers believe this incident is connected to the recent incident involving white supremacy flyers in Manchester Township.
“I don’t know if it’s one group that’s doing it but this time at this time it appears there is a connection between the ones found in West Manchester Township and hours just simply by the general geographic location and the timing,” said Deputy Chief David Lash, Northern York County Regional Police.
Police do not believe that any houses were targeted. They are urging anyone that lives in the area to check their home surveillance videos from Saturday night into Sunday morning.