By Charlie Breitrose
After another threat that evacuated Watertown High School on Friday, a reward has been offered for helping to catch the person behind the threat.
The State Fire Marshall’s Office and the Watertown Police Department have put up a reward of up to $5,000 reward for “information leading to the arrest of a suspect,” according to the press release from the Watertown Police.
“Any individual offering information will remain anonymous,” the announcement reads.
The threat was the third this school year. Two occurred in December. Once a threatening note was found and the second time a single bullet was found on a desk in a classroom at WHS.
What do you think about the repeated threats at Watertown High?