$1000 Reward Offered For Information Leading to Arrest of Mount Si High School Vandalism Culprits

Snoqualmie Police are looking for those responsible for the graffiti vandalism at Mount Si High School on June 1st.  The graffiti was rumored to be a senior prank, but if so, the pranksters took things a step too far.

Mount Si High School required repainting to rid the school of the vulgar vandalism – and to be ready for the June 8th Class of  2012 graduation ceremony which happened in the school’s stadium.

According to reward signs posted around the valley, $1000 is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and charges filed against anyone responsible for the extensive graffiti damage done at Mount Si.  That information should be reported to the Snoqualmie Police Department or Sergeant Chris Sylvain at 425-888-3333.  All calls are completely confidential.

Hopefully future seniors realize spray paint is not considered a prank by local police.  It is vandalism and an offense that comes with the possibility of a future arrest record and hefty fines.

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