Weird, possibly threatening note found at ASU student’s residence

Nov 13, 2014, 6:00 AM | Updated: 6:00 am
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A weird, potentially threatening note was reportedly found at a young female Arizona State student’s off-campus residence Wednesday.

The note was originally thought to be targeting sorority girls, as it appeared to be left for a sorority girl, but ASU Police Sergeant Daniel Macias said that was clearly not the case.

Pictured below, the note is signed “Sandwich” and rants about silkworms. The vague, possible threat stems from the phrase, “I’ve been watching you from a safe distance…see you Wednesday night. The end of nights.”

Warning: Some profanity.

Both ASU and Tempe Police are asking for anyone who could have information regarding this note to come forward.

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