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Whittier Parents Alerted that Man Was Stalking School Principal

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Parents at a Whittier school were recently warned of a man stalking their children's principal, reports NBC Los Angeles.

The alert was sent out by a former teacher at St. Bruno Catholic School, letting parents know that a man had been contacting the principal and sending death threats. The teacher sent the news via a mass email.

Local police, however, reassured parents that the man was just giving the teacher "unwanted attention."

"There was nothing in there that would suggest violence, nothing in there that would suggest any death threats that's being alleged by some people in the community," Whittier police Lt. Kent Miller told NBC.

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Parents may be called in to a meeting to discuss the situation, and in the meantime the man beleived to have been contacting the principal is thought to have moved to Nevada.

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