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FHS To Increase Security Tuesday Due To Threat

FAYETTEVILLE, AR. --- Fayetteville High School officials were informed on Monday of a message reading "Ima bomb the school tomorrow" that was written on the bathroom stall. Because of this, FHS will have increased security on Tuesday.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR. --- In a statement from Fayetteville High School Principal Steve Jacoby, parents received the following email.

At approximately 1:30 pm today we were informed by a student of a message in a stall in one of the girls' restrooms reading "Ima bomb the school tomorrow." Our school resource officers have reviewed video from the camera located outside the restroom, and we have informed the police and fire departments.

We take all threats seriously, and we will have increased security on campus tomorrow. The security of our students is always our top priority, and, as custodians of your student, we wanted to inform you of our findings.

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