Tooele City police officers have questioned two people who were reportedly seen near the high school that was damaged by a Molotov cocktail Sunday, but no arrests have been made.

"We can't tie them in with the incident at this time," said officer Barry Pitt, who described the two as "long-shot suspects."Meanwhile, investigators are hoping students or others will come forward with any information leading to the arrest of those who threw the fire bomb through the window of a Tooele High records office about 3:30 a.m. Sunday.

An insurance adjuster has estimated damage to the high school at $250,000. "Most of it is smoke damage," Pitt said.

Investigators believe the arsonists probably launched their attack randomly, but are not ruling out the possibility that someone may have wanted to torch the school's records. Most of the records damaged, however, were old records. Most current records are intact.

Copies of the lost documents are on the district computer and on microfiche, said Paul F. Skyles, district assistant superintendent.

Classes were held as usual Monday and Tuesday.