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Police Investigate Threatening Message at Stratford School



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    This graffiti was found on the air conditioning unit of a Stratford elementary school.

    Police continue to investigate after "disturbing messages" were spray painted outsided a Stratford elementary school Wednesday and said at this point, there doesn't appear to be any real danger to the students.

    Police said someone spray painted threatening graffiti on a rooftop air conditioning unit at the Second Hill Lane School at 65 Second Hill Lane in Stratford.

    The message said “Death 2 Thee Kids” and police have been investigating since it was discovered.

    "Our goal is to ensure that the person or perosns responsible for this vandalism are identified and charged appropriately, regardless of their age or motivation," said Stratford Police Lt. Frank Eannotti in a release on Friday.

    The spray paint was quickly removed.

    Anyone with information about the vandalism is asked to contact Stratford police at 203-285-4123 or call the tip line at 203-375-8477.