A letter sent home to W.T. White High School parents today details a recent vandalism spree that appears to be the work of students at the school.
According to the letter, which was signed by principal Michelle Thompson, four people spray-painted graffiti on several windows and portables, and defaced the personalized parking spots of some seniors over the holiday weekend. Surveillance cameras captured the vandals — both male and female — and that footage has been forwarded to Dallas police to establish leads.
The letter said WTW will employ additional police monitoring as a result of recent vandalism involving cars in the school’s west parking lot. It also will step up patrols during the upcoming winter break. You can see the full text of the letter after the jump.