Police released a surveillance video Tuesday that shows three female suspects vandalizing a Plano high school.
On Feb. 27, police said vandals had spray-painted racial slurs, profane language and an obscene drawing on glass doors and brick walls of Plano West Senior High School, according to the Dallas Morning News. A photo of the school shows the phrase “Plano East rules!” and “Plano East 4 life” spray-painted on one of the doors.
The surveillance video shows the three females spray-painting doors and walls of the school. Police told WFAA that the suspects are believed to be adults.
Some vehicles and a tree planted in honor of a student who died last year also had graffiti on them, according to WFAA-TV.
A reward of $5,000 is being offered by Crime Stoppers for information leading to an arrest. Call 877-373-8477 with information.