Teller County

Woodland Park School District schools closed Wednesday due to credible threat

WATCH Woodland Park School District Schools Closed Wednesday for Threat

TELLER COUNTY, Colo. - All Woodland Park School District schools will be closed on Wednesday, February 28, due to a threat deemed credible by the Woodland Park Police Department.

This also includes all scheduled activities and athletics. 

On Friday, February 23, officials discovered graffiti inside a girl's restroom at the Woodland Park High School making a threat to the school directed towards a specific date. 

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It's unclear what the message said, but investigators indicated that it targeted the entire student body.

The District will continue to work with local law enforcement on this investigation.

The Woodland Park Police Department is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the identification of the person responsible for the graffiti. If you have info, contact the Police Department at (719) 687-9262 or Safe-2-Tell at 1(877) 542-7233.

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