CHICAGO (CBS) — A group of neo-Nazis were halted by police as they tried to put up a banner on an overpass in Oak Park.

The five men, with at least two who hid their faces, were told by Oak Park Police to take down the sign.

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The banner on the Ridgeland Street overpass faced inbound I-290 for drivers to see as they headed into Chicago.

On the banner, the words “Danger: Sanctuary City Ahead” with poison skulls and “Identity Evropa.”

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The organization Identity Evropa is a white supremacist group founded in 2016.

Oak Park authorities confirm they made the group take down the banner but provided no further details.

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