Officials with the Southern York County School District and Southern Regional Police Department are investigating the discovery of threatening graffiti in a bathroom at Susquehannock High School.
According to a news release, the graffiti threatens three male students.
Because of the incident, the Regional Police will have an added security presence in the High School and campuses.
Dr. Thomas Hensley, Superintendent of Schools says, "because the safety of our children and staff is our highest priority, we are taking this incident seriously and sharing the information with our parents and guardians."
Chief James Boddington of the Southern Regional Police states that while this incident is likely a hoax, they will fully investigate to determine the origin.
The Southern Regional Police have a confidential tip line on their www.srpd.us website. Police may also be contacted at 717-235-3944 or 717-840-2971.