ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Police are investigating a school threat in Roseburg, the second in one week.
They responded to a threat at Joseph Lane Middle School on Friday.
Principal Bill Bartlett sent a letter to the community Friday informing them of the threat that was found written on a bathroom stall.
No suspects have been identified but law enforcement is investigating.
The district takes threats seriously and is asking the public to be vigilant.
A threat was also written on a stall in the girls' bathroom at Roseburg High School on Thursday. The student responsible for making that threat was arrested.
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