A Muslim organisation in the Swedish city of Växjö have complained to local police after claiming to have found posters in an area of the city that caricatures the Muslim prophet, Mohammed.
Members of the Växjö Muslim Foundation made reports to the local police saying that they had discovered several posters depicting and insulting the prophet Mohammed in the Araby area of the city in Nydalavägen,
Hjalmar Petris road and the Ulriksberg promenade, Swedish broadcaster Sveriges Radio reports.
Police spokesman Robert Loeffel labelled the posters as being offensive to the local Muslim community but did not divulge what was actually portrayed on the posters themselves.
The police did say that they were considering the posters as a crime, describing it as hate against an ethnic group.