DRACUT, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Dracut High School was placed in a "soft" lockdown Friday after a threatening message was found on a bathroom wall.
School administrators tell FOX 25 a teacher reported seeing a non-specific threat written on the wall of a girls' bathroom Friday morning. There is no word on what the message said.
The school returned to normal operations by Friday afternoon. Dracut police remained on-site to investigate alongside school administrators.
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Police investigate threatening message left on a bathroom wall at Dracut High
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