The Ames Police Department says the placement of white supremacist stickers don't appear to be targeted at a specific person. Cmdr. Geoff Huff say investigators say the stickers, depicting a swastika-like emblem and subtle anti-semetic messages, orginally appeared to target an ames school board candidate. Police then thought the person who owned the house where the candidate's defaced signed was placed was the target. Now, he says the placement of the stickers appears to be more random, appearing on road signs and fire hydrants. Huff says the police department is anxious to find out who's behind the stickers. ISU police are investigating similar stickers and posters found on campus.