SIERRA VISTA, AZ (Tucson News Now) - If this was a school prank, no one is laughing. And now school staff are racing to clean up vandalism before graduation in three days.
Buena High School, in the Sierra Vista Unified School District, was spray painted sometime over the weekend, according to district officials.
They believe the graffiti happened sometime between midnight Sunday, May 21 and 2 a.m. Monday, May 22. Suspects spray painted the track, buses, and the press box area according to public information officer for SVUSD Eve Dickerson. The suspects also stole speed bumps that were screwed into the asphalt, however law enforcement found them in the desert.
According to SVUSD officials, surveillance cameras did not capture clear images of the damage. District officials believe that it was students who did the damage.
Buena Principal Dawn Maddock released the following statement:
The Sierra Vista Police Department is investigating.
Anyone with information is asked to call the SV Police Department at 458-3311.