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Vandals break into Dededo school's main office

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Vicente Benavente Middle School's main office was broken into this morning. Point of entry took place at the side of the discipline office. A multimedia projector from the summer school office has been reported missing. School maintenance has already begun repairs to the various areas of broken glass.

Assistant Principal Silvino Quinene requests for community support, telling KUAM News, "If you are one of the people who are doing this we ask that you consider what it does to our community. This is not our resource. This is a resource of this village and of this island and it affects everyone here so we ask that you think about that before you decide to break into any other buildings or into our building in the future."

According to Quinene, operations are ongoing and the break in will not delay the first day of classes on August 9.

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