After gaining national attention last year for a rash of suicides most likely related to bullying, the Anoka-Hennepin School District is faced with a case of cyberbullying that's encouraging suicide.
FOX9 says police are investigating a post on Facebook urging a group of girls to kill themselves.
Police say the post stems from a fight among middle school girls. The suicide posts came from a fake Facebook account that investigators are working to track down.
The school district has seen eight suicides in two years that parents and students say is a result of bullying.
Some of the deaths were a result of anti-gay bullying that prompted the school district to change their policy about discussing sexual orientation. The move was intended to be a helpful step preventing the bullying of gay students.