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COVINGTON, La. - The Covington Police Department is offering a reward for information about the 'hate crime' at St. Paul's School.

Vandals covered the front half of the school, including religious statues and the school sanctuary, with extensive and offensive graffiti on April 29, police said.

A reward of $500 will be paid to anyone who supplies information that leads to the arrest of the perpetrators, according to the CPD.

The reward will be in addition to any amount that is paid by Crimestoppers.

Anyone with information should call 985-892-8500 and ask to be connected to investigations in order to leave a tip.

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