Coyote Creek Elementary School in San Ramon was placed on lockdown Tuesday morning for more than an hour after threatening graffiti was discovered in the main boys bathroom that read “Evry body dies at 12:30."
According to school district officials, police are at the scene investigating the threat and while it does not appear credible, an increased police presence will remain on campus for the remained of the day in an “extreme abundance of caution.”
District officials added that the lockdown began around noon and was lifted at 1:30 p.m.
This is only the most recent in a series of fake graffiti threats found on campuses throughout the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. In November Iron Horse Middle School in San Ramon received two similar threats in one week.
San Ramon Police Department and SRVUSD officials have a standing “see something, say something” policy encouraging students and residents to report suspicious and potentially dangerous sightings.
Each SRVUSD school has its own anonymous tip line link posted to their website that anyone can use to send information on this threat or other concerning issues. Residents can also call the San Ramon Police Department at 973-2779.