A 13-year-old girl was arrested for threatening to blow up her Florida school because she was "bored," police said.

The teenager is facing charges for leaving behind a disturbing message in one of the female bathrooms of the Boone Middle School in Haines City. A date with a heart drawn below it indicated Nov. 5, the WFLA News Channel 8.

"Graffiti was discovered in a female bathroom Wednesday at Boone Middle School stating 'I am gonna blow up this school!!!' as well as 'Date: 11,5,2022' with a small heart underneath it," the Haines City Police Department said in a Saturday update.

13-YEAR-OLD STUDENT ARRESTED FOR MAKING SCHOOL THREAT AT BOONE MIDDLEGraffiti was discovered in a female bathroom Wednesday at Boone Middle School stating “I am gonna blow up this school!!!” as...

Officials were informed and the school was searched for potential threats or devices but nothing was found.

The investigation led to the 13-year-old girl being identified as the suspect behind the threat.

The girl admitted she wrote the message on the wall because she "was bored," NBC 6 reported.

"The student was arrested and charged with Written Threats to Kill/Injure/Conduct Act of Terrorism, a second-degree felony," the police department added.

The teen's mother also complied with officials conducting a home safety check at their residence. No weapons, explosives or other items of concern were found during the search.

"We take every threat to our schools seriously," the Haines City Police Chief Greg Goreck said, according to the police department's statement. "The safety of our students is vital and we will continue to send the message to everyone that there is no such thing as a harmless prank when it comes to making threats against our children."

Furthermore, Polk County Schools Superintendent Frederick Heid issued a statement following the incident and urged parents to make their children understand the gravity of such threats.

"We thank Haines City Police for their prompt, professional response to this situation. We encourage parents to reinforce with their children that they should never make threatening statements," Heid said. "We must take any potential threat seriously. Our number one priority is always the safety of our students and staff members. As always, we encourage students, staff and community members to report any suspicious activity to law enforcement and school administrators."

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