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Okkodo High broken into; $50k of damage

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Police are seeking the public's help in solving yet another break in at Okkodo High School. Dededo Precinct officers arrived to the school this morning to find that sometime between Sunday night and this morning, 13 classrooms had been broken into all but four sustained minor damage. 

The majority of the damage was reported in the automotive area where the vandals managed to break the alignment machine and damage the windows to all four cars. School officials estimate that more than $50,000 worth of federally funded equipment was damaged.

The culprits managed to put graffiti on the walls and get away with tools.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Guam Crimestoppers at 477-HELP (4357) or GPD at 472-8911.

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