Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is offering a reward for information leading to a conviction of those responsible for vandalizing several buildings at Lake Elmo State Park over the weekend.  Spray-painted graffiti was found on a storage building and two bath houses on the north shore of the lake.  Cleanup and repair of those damages is estimated to cost thousands of dollars, according to FWP officials.

 
Much of the repair work will have to wait until the weather gets warmer, and some of the bricks that were painted will have to be sandblasted.  FWP communication and education program manager Robert Gibson said a reward up to $1000 is being offered, the amount given will be based on the quality of information.  Gibson said it will depend on the quality of the information, saying they frequently get thousand-dollar information.