Graffiti Threatens Gun in School Tuesday: Police

More police officers on campus

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    A Prince William County high school is increasing its police presence Tuesday due to a possible gun threat. News4's Tracee Wilkins has more.

    A Prince William County high school is increasing its police presence Tuesday due to a possible gun threat.

    Graffiti in a bathroom stall at Potomac High School in Dumfries, Va., indicated a student was planning to tak a gun to school Tuesday, Prince William County police said.

    Additional officers have been assigned to patrol the campus Tuesday.

    Prince William County Schools alerted parents Monday evening with a recorded phone call.

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