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Kappa Alpha Theta reports suspicious note left on front steps of its home

IU Police Department officers responded to a call from IU’s chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta regarding a suspicious note left on the front steps of its house Sept. 13.  

Officers and members of the house reviewed the 8-page handwritten note which contained rambling thoughts with no threats made, IUPD Deputy Chief Shannon Bunger said.  

The note did include a name, according to information obtained by the Indiana Daily Student from a member of the sorority. 

IUPD does not know who left the note, Bunger said, but IUPD does have a person of interest. Bunger said the individual who left the note has not committed any crimes, but IUPD is following up to determine why the papers were left at Kappa Alpha Theta.  

Bunger said no further information will be released at this time until IUPD is able to speak with the person of interest.

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