Threatening Graffiti Found on Walls of Reseda School

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RESEDA, Calif. (KTLA) – Threatening messages aimed at President Barack Obama and the Los Angeles Police Department were found spray-painted on the walls of a high school in Reseda Monday.

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Graffiti reading “Kill Obama” and “Kill LAPD” was found along with several swastikas on the walls of Diane S. Leichman High School at 19034 Gault St.

The vandalism took place between Sunday night and Monday morning, according to police.

Whoever left the messages likely hopped the fence, according to Giovanni Trivino, the school’s principal.

The campus was not equipped with surveillance video.

Detectives from the Los Angeles Police Department were assisting school police in the investigation.

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