Police tracking high school break-in suspects

December 26, 2014
One of the suspects involved in Friday morning's break-in at Hart High School.

One of the suspects involved in Friday morning’s break-in at Hart High School.

HART — Janitors discovered what are believed to be three suspects who broke

into Hart High School shortly after 7 a.m. Friday, Dec. 26.

The suspects ran off, and Oceana County Sheriff’s deputies are currently tracking them with the assistance of the Mason County K-9 unit.

“The janitorial staff found that someone had broken in to the high school,” states an OCSO press release. “Inside, they found they had damaged a pop machine in an effort to gain access to the cash box. The suspects also attempted to steal a big screen TV and a speaker, although were apparently scared from the scene by the janitorial staff.

Police are tracking the suspects involved in Friday morning's break-in at Hart High School.

Police are tracking the suspects involved in Friday morning’s break-in at Hart High School.

“Deputies called Mason County K-9 to the scene, and a track was ran from the school to the north through Riverside Drive. Deputies, along with K-9, are in the process of following up on that track currently.

“It is believed there were three suspects involved,” the press release states. “The investigation is currently active.  At this time, it appears they were not able to take anything from the school.”

 

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