Bystanders and mourners cast shadows on the walls and the makeshift memorial at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina June 18, 2015, a day after a mass shooting left nine dead during a bible study at the church. CREDIT: Brian Snyder/Reuters

Bystanders and mourners cast shadows on the walls and the makeshift memorial at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina June 18, 2015, a day after a mass shooting left nine dead during a bible study at the church.

*A library in South Carolina named after Cynthia Graham Hurd, a victim in the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church shooting, was one of three locations tagged by racist graffiti.

Nine people were killed inside the historic church in Charleston by America terrorist and white supremacist Dylann Roof.

According to Huff Post, the racist and homophobic graffiti was discovered Monday morning in Charleston’s West Ashley area

“Go back to hell black women,” the graffiti said. The nearby Stephens Aquatic Center was tagged with “fuck yall white devil,” according to ABC News. It took several hours to remove the graffiti.

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Meanwhile, Hurd’s brother, Malcolm Graham, said of the event, “It was really an attack on a race of people.”

Adding, “It was an attack on humanity and the Christian Church.”

Hurd was killed in 2015 during a bible study by the psycho Roof. He also gunned down Susie Jackson, Rev. Daniel Simmons, Ethel Lance, Tywanza Sanders, the Rev. Sharonda Coleman-Singleton, Rev. DePayne Middleton-Doctor, Myra Thompson and Rev. Clementa Pinckney, the pastor of the church.

Luckily, Roof was sentenced to death in January.

“There’s no place for this sort of deplorable act in our community,” Charleston County Councilman Vic Rawl told the Post and Courier. “Our libraries are places of education and growth for children, and we’ll assist law enforcement in any way possible.”

No suspects have been identified in the graffiti attack, Charleston Police Department spokesman Charles Francis told the publication.

“We’re taking it all very seriously,” Francis said.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call 843-743-7200 and ask for a detective, or Crime Stoppers at 843-554-1111.