(Strongsville) -- There have been three threats written on the wall of a girls' bathroom and on an outside wall at Strongsville High School, and now a fourth message has been written on that same wall, this one being more of a message, and in the same writing as the threats.
Superintendent John Krupinski tells WTAM 1100 that the message found by a custodian Thursday night was more of a message about being bullied. He would not go into specifics.
Krupinski says school leaders and Strongsville Police want to find out who is responsible for writing the restroom messages, saying "this is creating an inappropriate, anxious environment."
In order to find out who is responsible, Krupinski says they are increasing the security presence in restrooms, and more cameras are being installed around Strongsville High School. There is also a police presence on school grounds.
This comes in the wake of three threatening messages found in the school. One contained the word "bomb" and was written on an outside wall Sept. 30. The others were found in a girls' restroom on Oct. 2 and 4.
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