SAN DIMAS (CBSLA.com) — Sheriff’s deputies in San Dimas have stepped up their search for the person or persons making threats against a San Dimas middle school student that include a promise to kill her.

Parents of students at Lone Hill Middle School in San Dimas are concerned after an Instagram account surfaced, naming the victim and posting pictures of weapons the person planned to use to murder her.

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CBS2/KCAL9 has chosen to blur her image and not identify her publicly.

The Instagram account read “we plan to kill her” and highlighted the student’s name, claiming that seven people wanted to kill that student. Other claims went on to say “This week we plan on fighting” and “This week we will kill.”

Several photos of the intended victim were included with the threats.

KCAL’s Brittney Hopper said the page was taken down earlier this week but resurfaced Thursday evening.

Hopper said new threats were made against the same student.

One post said: “Enjoy your fame on the news, sweetheart. This is your last week. Time’s up.”

Hopper spoke to parents, who are taking the threats very seriously.

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“It’s scary,” said Jim Gilliam. “Any time your kid is threatened, as a parent, it just tears you up.”

“It breaks my heart that a little girl can’t go to school or be herself when she should be able to,” said another parent.

The threats started Monday, suggesting the girl would be killed at school.

Thursday night, more pictures were posted. One showed a large knife and read: “Here’s your new friend.”

Hopper also spoke to Abramham Uribe, a senior at San Dimas High School, next door to the middle school.

“Everyone’s talking about it,” Uribe said. “How it’s stupid, and how it needs to stop.”

Security on the campus has been beefed up.

Officials told Hopper that until the person responsible for the threats is found, the victim will not attend school.

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On Friday, students at the high school and at the middle school plan to wear blue in solidarity with the victim.