Pro-ISIS messages erased after found on Youngstown State campus

Pro-ISIS messages erased after found on Youngstown State campus
Rock painted over by students. (Source: Facebook)
Rock painted over by students. (Source: Facebook)
Students come together on YSU campus. (Source: Facebook)
Students come together on YSU campus. (Source: Facebook)
Rock painted over by students. (Source: Facebook)
Rock painted over by students. (Source: Facebook)
Threatening messages on campus on Youngstown State Univ. (Source: AP)
Threatening messages on campus on Youngstown State Univ. (Source: AP)

YOUNGSTOWN, OH (WOIO) - Students at Youngstown State University woke up Monday to pro-ISIS messages painted on a popular rock on the college campus.

"We are coming" and "France deserves destruction" were some of the threatening messages.

The campus newspaper, The Jambar, posted messages about the painting and a letter to the editor from an international student.

The rock is located in the middle of campus. It's a rock students paint to show school spirit or support for different events.

The university sent a message saying there was no credible threat, but they are investigating.

The school has since painted over the threatening messages in red, white and blue.

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