Two juveniles have been arrested and charged for spray painting public resources in Sitka National Historic Park.

The Sitka Police Department arrested the duo following an investigation into a week-long “tagging” spree that defaced buildings, trash cans, signs and other resources within the park, according to a statement from police.

The cost of repairing the damage and cleaning the graffiti will total more than $1,000, park officials report.

Due to the suspects’ ages, their identities will not be released.