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Search continues for person behind Yik Yak posts that closed high school
Search continues for person behind Yik Yak posts that closed high school

Police have not yet identified the anonymous person who posted messages on Yik Yak that were deemed threatening and led to the closure of Mira Costa High School. But the investigation continued Tuesday afternoon with hopes of finding the sender soon, Officer Stephanie Martin said. Yik Yak, a popular app available on Apple and Android devices, has come under fire after anonymous messages prompted lockdowns and closures at schools in California and other parts of the nation. On Monday, a student at Mira Costa in Manhattan Beach spotted the first message, which was posted about 11 a.m. Monday --  "If you go to Costa, you should watch out very closely at school today" -- and...

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