NORTHRIDGE (CBSLA) – Cal State Northridge was investigating reports Wednesday of a threat against the university allegedly found on campus.

A Twitter user posted the alleged threat next to a swastika, which was reportedly found in a bathroom stall in Sierra Hall.

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The university issued a statement, saying in part, “CSUN is aware of the hateful and offensive graffiti in Sierra Hall. CSUN Police are investigating this use of hateful language and symbols and threat against our community.”

It is not yet clear if the threat has been determined credible or not.

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SKY9 was over the university Wednesday night where campus police were seen at Sierra Hall, which houses the Psychology Department.

There have been no injuries reported or arrests made.

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CSUN fall semester finals begin Dec. 12.