The tagger took his time to spray paint the outside walls of the buildings.
“We had somebody that came in the middle of the night, late Monday and tagged the school pretty good,” said Nate Taggart with Weber School District.
What is not good is the vulgar words and actions that were painted.
“It is always disturbing when somebody destroys property,” said Sgt. Land
The school district is looking at security footage and is working with the Weber County Sheriff’s Office to find the vandal.
“It has cost a lot of damage to the school,” said Taggart. It will cost the school thousands to clean up.
Though the wolves have been bitten, they look to rebound with a reward to catch this person.
“We hope that we find somebody or that someone will come forward and give use some information on what took place,” said Taggart.
The district does not believe the graffiti was from a rival school or a senior prank
If you have any information about the person responsible call the Weber County Sheriff's Office. If your tip leads to an arrest, you can receive a sizeable reward.