Police at Harwood HS after threat on bathroom mirror

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SOUTH DUXBURY, Vt. (WCAX) Harwood Union High School is open Wednesday, but police officers will be there until further notice.

This comes after Superintendent Brigid Nease says a custodian found a threatening message on the boys' bathroom mirror.

Nease says the words "I am going to kill you" were written in liquid soap.

The superintendent shared this with the community through an email.

"A full report has been made to the Vermont State Police and we are working closely with them. School will remain open and a police presence will be at HUHS until further notice. Please speak with your students. We need to hear from anyone who may have information about this situation," said Nease.

This isn't the first time police were brought in at the high school.

A student was charged with criminal threatening after police say a Facebook message mentioned using a crossbow to shoot up the school back in June.

Here's the full email sent by Superintendent Nease on Tuesday: