LSUPD investigating spray-painted message on Chi Omega sorority house
BATON ROUGE - The LSU Police Department is investigating a spray-painted message that was found on the Chi Omega sorority house located on LSU's campus.
According to a University spokesperson, LSUPD responded to a report of vandalism at 10:50 a.m. Sunday morning.
LSU PD investigating spray-painted threat on Chi Omega sorority house. pic.twitter.com/lVZxexpHXC— LSU Checkpoint (@LSUCheckpoint) April 2, 2017
A picture of the vandalism shows the black spray-paint on the bricks of the house with the message "Kill em all."
LSUPD is currently investigating the incident and says there is no direct threat.
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