UW-Stout News Story

Reward offered for information about campus vandalism

May 15, 2012

University of Wisconsin-Stout is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone involved in two separate vandalism incidents on campus.

Both cases occurred in the same area of campus, south of 13th Street E. and east of Broadway Street. The first incident, April 15, involved graffiti being sprayed at various sites, including a UW-Stout entrance sign. The second incident involved graffiti being sprayed inside Don and Nona Williams Stadium.

Details of the two incidents can be found on the Dunn County Crime Stoppers website.

Anyone with information regarding the cases should report on the Dunn County Crime Stoppers Web link, leave a message on the toll-free Crime Stoppers hotline at 855-TIP-DUNN (847-3866) or text a tip to 274637 with “tipdunn” plus your information in the body of the text. Tipsters will receive information about how to qualify for the reward.

The money for the reward is coming from the Stout University Foundation.


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