The remarks were uncovered by Long Play, a Finnish investigative news site. The National Police Board has passed the material to Finland’s state prosecutor, police told.
The mystery bunch spreads against settler messages from far-right sources.
The remarks included rough jokes about blended race rapper Musta Barbaari.
There was likewise criticism of a refuge searcher who had endeavored suicide in Helsinki in March.
Finland, similar to its Nordic neighbors Denmark and Sweden, fixed the standards for haven searchers after more than a million transients achieved Central Europe in 2015. Outcasts from Syria shaped the biggest gathering.
A Finnish police representative told: “Each Finnish national has the right to speak freely, however the police should carry on in their extra time in a way that doesn’t make the police look terrible.”
It is not yet clear what number of cops left remarks on the mystery site. Finnish media report that the Facebook gather has more than 2,800 individuals.
“This matter will be completely examined,” said Interior Minister Paula Risikko. “There must be totally zero resistance for prejudice and all works of this kind,” she said.