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Threatening Message Left at St. Mary's Rectory



    Threatening Message Left at St. Mary's Rectory

    A threatening message has been left at St. Mary's Rectory in Wrentham, police said.

    According to officials, police were called to the rectory after a threatening message was found on a dry erase board. The message read, "You shall die. See you soon."

    When the message was discovered, students attending Catholic classes were released while police officers began their effort to determine who is responsible.

    The room is used by different groups throughout the week. The message may have been there since last Wednesday, police said.

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    According to police, they are taking the incident seriously and investigating fully. Whether or not the threat is credible is difficult to determine with absolute certainty. However, police say it is not typical for people with evil intentions to warn "in writing" in advance.

    Nevertheless, police are investigating the incident.

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