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Suspicious notes allegedly left for Shocker Hall residents

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Shocker Hall residents reported receiving suspicious notes last week according to a Wednesday entry on the WSU police crime log.

A Shocker Hall resident who wished to remain anonymous said she and her roommate found a note in their dorm, taped to the light switch.

The note reads: “When the clock strikes two, He’ll be looking for you, “Who?” you may ask, The man in the black mask.”

The student said she was present when a male placed the note, but that he claimed he was “’making a delivery’ for another person.”

The WSU police department was unavailable for comment on Sunday.

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