Adios stinky......... Wisconsin prom gunman Jakob Wagner was bullied for his hygiene, recently broke up with student at his former high school BY Jason Silverstein NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Updated: Monday, April 25, 2016, 8:20 AM Instagram Jakob Wagner, 18, was shot and killed by police after opening fire outside his former high school's prom. The Wisconsin teenager who opened fire outside his former high school during prom Saturday night was reeling from a recent breakup with a student there — and had been bullied for his bad hygiene, classmates said. Police have yet to disclose a motive for why Jakob Wagner, 18, unleashed a hail of bullets outside Antigo High School, wounding two students before a police officer shot and killed him. Those who knew Wagner described him as a seemingly nice guy with an angry streak and an interest in guns. One former classmate told the Wausau Daily Herald Wagner was bullied “a lot” through middle and high school, with students teasing him and ganging up on him, in part because of his poor hygiene. “Ever since we were younger, he was one of the kids you kind of watched out for,” Emily Fisher, 19, told the paper. “If someone was going to shoot the school, we thought it was going to be him.” She noted that Wagner often talked about guns and made replicas of them for art classes. Rebecca Cardenas via Twitter Jakob Wagner wounded two students who went to the Antigo High School prom together. Another former classmate, Dylan Dewey, told NBC News that Wagner was dating a girl from Antigo High School, but they recently broke up. Wagner, an honor roll student, said on his social media accounts he graduated from Antigo last year. But former classmates said he failed to graduate with his class and was still working on his diploma. On his Instagram, Wagner posted several photos from the past year showing him participating in marching band activities for the school. He also uploaded a photo of an airsoft rifle, and several pictures with his girlfriend at the time. Wagner was shot by a police officer around 11:15 p.m., and died about two hours later in a hospital after “lifesaving measures” failed, police said. Authorities have not said if Wagner targeted anyone in his shooting. The two victims — a female from out of state, and a male who brought her to the prom — were treated for non-life-threatening wounds.