Suffolk County police were called to Commack High School on Monday over what appears to be a senior prank gone awry.
Suffolk police were called by school officials reporting graffiti on the front doors of at approximately 11 a.m. Monday morning.
Police who reported to the scene found out the alleged graffiti was actually chocolate syrup that had been smeared across the front doors. No damage was done to the doors or the building, according to police reports.
The chocolate syrup was cleaned up by Commack High School. Police suspect the incident was a prank as Monday was the last full day of classes for Commack High School students before end of the years exams and summer break.