UNA officials search for person responsible for death threat

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FLORENCE, Ala. (WHNT) – University of North Alabama officials need your help to find the person responsible for a death threat that prompted officials to shut down the campus Thursday.

UNA was not open to students, faculty or some staff on Thursday. Campus will remain closed Friday for fall break.

Campus officials shut down the campus after someone made a death threat on the wall of a men’s bathroom in Collier Library on September 26. According to campus Police Chief Bob Pastula, the threat said, “Four people will die on October 9 this year.”

UNA officials and leaders wanted to make clear they take death threats very seriously. However, they have yet to find the person responsible.

The Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Department is looking for this week’s most wanted.​

Tyler Kane Ivey is wanted for second degree theft of property.

Joel Antonio Garner has a warrant out for his arrest. Garner is wanted by the Sheriff’s Department for failure to pay child support.

Michael Shane Williams is wanted by Russellville Police on a grand jury indictment for theft by fraudulent leasing.

The Shoals Area Crime Stoppers tip line is open and waiting for your tips on any of these people featured.

The call is anonymous and worth to a $1,000 cash reward.

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