MUSKGEON, Mich. (WOOD) — A second West Michigan school has been marked with graffiti this week.
Muskegon Public Schools Superintendent Jon Felske said the Muskegon High School building was vandalized sometime between 11:15 p.m. Monday and midnight Tuesday. Crews began the clean-up process around 6:30 a.m.
Felske said some of the graffiti referred to the football game between Muskegon and Mona Shores last Fall; however, officials don’t believe anyone from Mona Shores was involved.
Police believe 15 to 17 suspects were involved in the incident which was captured on surveillance video.
At this time, police haven’t found any connection to the vandalism at Oakridge Lower Elementary early Monday morning.