White supremacist propaganda was reportedly discovered early Sunday in parts of Orange County, California. According to the Los Angeles Times, neighboring Newport Beach and Huntington Beach both saw drops of flyers promoting a Ku Klux Klan radio show and “White Lives Matter” event on April 11.

The flyers bore images of people in KKK clothing and told readers, “Loyal White Knights Want You to Say No to Cultural Genocide.”

The security cameras of one resident captured video of a pickup truck driving down her street at 2:24 a.m.

“There was nothing when the pickup started to pass the house, but afterward the package was there,” she said.

The resident wished to remain nameless for fear of backlash, noting that some of her neighbors didn’t see anything wrong with the hateful messages, which read, “Newport Beach needs help — Orange County needs help."

Newport Beach Mayor Brad Avery said Tuesday that he was “disappointed” to find hate groups active in his community, and said the government wasn’t watching passively.

“Unfortunately, this is a common tactic used by some hate groups today,” Avery said in a statement. “We condemn the group’s ideology and assure our residents that the Newport Beach Police Department is actively investigating to determine the individual or group responsible for distributing these materials.”

Huntington Beach Interim Police Chief Julian Harvey said police were aware of the planned “White Lives Matter” gathering and working to determine what the appropriate police response would be.

“[It] always depends on the nature of the demonstration, the anticipated number of attendees and perhaps the stated intent,” he added. “Sometimes the stated intent is anarchy or violence, or both — we plan accordingly.”

In the summer, a Newport Beach man was charged for pulling a gun on Black Lives Matter protesters.