Threatening Message Leads to Local High School Evacuation
Police were called to Cherry Hill High East Monday afternoon after school officials discovered a threatening message.
It is unsure how administrators learned of the threatening message's presence on the wall of one of the high school's restrooms, according to CourierPostOnline.com.
After remaining on lockdown for about thirty minutes, an early dismissal of students took place 15 minutes prior to the end of the school day and all after-school activities were postponed as Cherry Hill Police investigated the message. A K-9 unit was spotted on the campus.
It is unclear the intent of the message, and officials are not yet revealing what it said or if they have any clue who left it on the bathroom wall.