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2 Schools Vandalized Overnight

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Talofofo Elementary School and Finegayan Elementary School were vandalized overnight according to Department of Education Maintenance Supervisor Billy Cruz. Cruz says at Talofofo Elementary the cafeteria, gym and several classrooms were trashed, several windows were broken and vandals sprayed graffiti in several areas. As for Finegayan Elementary, Cruz says several classrooms and offices were broken into. Along with maintenance personnel conducting their assessment of the damages, Cruz says GPD's Crime Lab is on scene conducting their investigation. Classes for Talofofo Elementary were canceled for the day as a result of the break-in. If you have any information about these crimes please call Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP (4357).

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