UPDATE: High school break-in suspects identified

December 26, 2014
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One of the three suspects in Friday morning’s break-in at Hart High School filmed on the school’s security cameras.

HART — Warrants are being sought for three suspects identified in the break-in at Hart High School Friday morning, Dec. 26.

Police are seeking warrants for an 18-year-old Hart man, who has confessed to the crime, said Lt. Craig Mast of the Oceana County Sheriff’s Office, along with two other male suspects ages 17 and a 16.

Janitors discovered the suspects shortly after 7 a.m. They ran off, and deputies tracked them with the assistance of the Mason County K-9 unit.

The suspects damaged a pop machine, trying gain access to the cash box, and attempted to steal a big screen TV and a speaker, but were scared off by the janitors.

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

One of the three suspects in Friday morning’s break-in at Hart High School filmed on the school’s security cameras.

Deputies called Mason County K-9 to the scene, and a track was ran from the school to the north through Riverside Drive. Related story here

 

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