A recent rash of vandalism at Pottsgrove High School in Montgomery Co. has stunned people who live in that area.
A pile of pallets was intentionally set on fire, and someone also sprayed ketchup inside a storage shed, as well as spreading items from the shed around the football field this week.
Some of the residents we talked to Thursday night say the vandals might be kids who have too much time on their hands.
They fear it could get even worse.
"Somebody could get hurt," said Anne Kohler of Pottsgrove. "You know and maybe the kids that are doing it might get hurt, hopefully they'll get caught and it stops," said Anne Kohler.
"Little surprised in our community here we don't have much of that around here, hope police take care of things here," said Jim Krynski.
Some people are angry that taxpayers will have to pay for the damage.