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School Facilities Targeted by Vandals

(KMZA)--Vandals strike facilities belonging to a local school district, and authorities launch an investigation to find out who's responsible.

According to the Nemaha County Sheriff's Office, the vandalism occurred at the Wetmore Schools, sometime between 10:30 on the night of August 2, and 7:00 on the morning of August 3.

Investigators say the vandals entered the school buildings, including the attendance center and ball field concession stand, causing damage throughout.

The Sheriff's Office says a price tag can't immediately be placed on the damage as the investigation is continuing.

Anyone with information about the crime is asked to contact the Nemaha County Sheriff's Office.






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