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Flanagan High Suspicious Dresser Suspects Caught On Video

PEMBROKE PINES (CBSMiami) – The Pembroke Pines Police Department has released surveillance video of three people wanted for leaving a wooden dresser with words of hate and racial slurs in a courtyard at Flanagan High School.

It was September 24 when police got a call about something suspicious in the school's courtyard.

There was a dresser which had messages written on it, including "Open Me", "Surprise Inside", and on the top it read "I hate (racial slur)" followed by a swastika.

Three people were caught on surveillance video during the time of the incident.

In the clip released by police, the clock reads close to 3:00 a.m.

When students and faculty arrived to school that day, they were not allowed inside until police determined there wasn't a threat.


The police department bomb squad used a robot to probe the chest of drawers to determine nothing explosive or dangerous was hidden inside.

The all clear was given around 10:30 a.m. and teachers and faculty were allowed into the school.

Police have released the surveillance video in hopes someone might recognize them.

Flanagan High School Surveillance, Suspicious Incident by Pembroke Pines Police Department on YouTube

If you know anything about this incident, call police at 954-431-2200, email to, or text us through their MyPD app.


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