Vandals hit school

  • Monday, January 14, 2013


At least six male juveniles appear to have caused damage to air conditioners at Boulder Bluff Elementary School.
According to a Goose Creek Police Department incident report, PVC piping was removed from air conditioning units on the roof of the school early on Dec. 1.
The damage to the units is estimated at $800, while a gate to the back playground area received about $100 in damage.
A school employee later found the PVC piping on the ground. Security video shows the suspects approach the building from the staff parking lot and proceed behind the walk in refrigeration unit and climb onto the roof, according to the report.
The suspects appear to be six white males in their teens. They were on the roof for 37 minutes, departing just before 1 a.m., according to surveillance video.


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