ROY -- Vandals snuck onto the grounds of Roy Junior High School early Tuesday and spray painted messages on the building and other items.
By midmorning, crews from Weber County School District had cleaned almost all traces of the paint from trees, windows, brick walls and benches.
Weber School District spokesman Nate Taggart said the graffiti did not appear to be gang-related, but before it was cleaned up school resource officers from the Roy City Police Department took down information to compare it to other graffiti.
Taggart said much of the graffiti was nonsensical, but did confirm that it included veiled threats.
"It may have very well have been a prank," Taggart said, "but we always take it seriously."
Roy City Police Chief Greg Whinham said police do not have suspect at this time but a security camera caught the vandal in the action.
"We have a good time line of when it happened," Whinham said. "It shows a person getting into that courtyard area about 2:30 (Tuesday) morning."
A $100 confidential reward is being offered by the school district for information leading to the arrest of the individual.
"We would like to know who this person was and what was their intent," Taggart said.