Police presence is being increased at Aberdeen High School Friday after a threat was made against the school on social media.
The school principal, Mike O'Brien, said the threat was discovered on Twitter Thursday morning. The school is working with the Department of Safety and Security and the Aberdeen Police Department to find out where the threat originated.
The Principal released this statement on Facebook:
Anyone with information should call the Aberdeen Police Department at 410-272-2121 or Aberdeen High School’s Resource Officer at 410-273-5500.
This is the second threat against the school this week.
Students were uneasy about these threats affecting their school
"It kind of scared me. I guess it happens all over the place and I was just nervous about the whole incident," Aberdeen High School sophomore, Stephen Schultz, told ABC2.
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