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School District Offers Reward in Vandalism Case

By NCBI
Apr 03, 2012

The Omak School District is offering a one thousand dollar reward for information that leads officials to the vandals that broke into Omak High School early Friday morning. A video showing the suspects is currently available on YouTube.

School officials say at least 67 glass pane windows and doors have been broken out.

Other vandalized items include televisions...computers and vending machines.

The school says vandals busted into a display case commemorating former high school student Tyler Thompson a 17-year old who died in a snowmobiling accident in 2006.

Thompson's jersey was also taken.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Omak Police Department at 826-0383.



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