On Wednesday Graffiti was discovered in the men’s bathroom on the campus of Cal State University Northridge (CSUN) in Sierra Hall.  The graffiti was a threat of a school shooting at Sierra Hall on Dec. 12, 2018.

SFV 360 News obtained a photo of the graffiti that also featured a swastika, which is a symbol commonly associated with Nazi and white supremacist groups.

Cal State Northridge (CSUN) issued a statement in response to the graffiti: "CSUN is aware of the hateful and offensive graffiti in Sierra Hall. CSUN Police are investigating this use of hateful language and symbols and threat against our community. We are working to remove this offensive graffiti immediately. CSUN condemns this graffiti in the strongest possible terms."
Cal State Northridge (CSUN): Threat of mass shooting written on men’s bathroom wall.

Cal State Northridge (CSUN) issued a statement in response to the graffiti:

CSUN is aware of the hateful and offensive graffiti in Sierra Hall. CSUN Police are investigating this use of hateful language and symbols and threat against our community. We are working to remove this offensive graffiti immediately. CSUN condemns this graffiti in the strongest possible terms.

According to CSUN Police Chief Anne Glavin. CSUN recently had a similar incident,

“Late last week, we had similar hate language in this same building,” Glavin said. “I want our community to know that Police Services is investigating, and we have stepped up patrols on campus.

“I am asking our community to be very vigilant and to report any and all hate language you see, including symbols, threats, etc. If you see any concerning suspicious behavior, please report it to our 911 center.

Further details will be released.