Police: Surveillance cameras capture three teens vandalizing Oklahoma City school

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OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City elementary school was forced to deal with a few more hurdles before the start of school.

On July 28, officers were called to Santa Fe Elementary School after an employee said parts of the school had been vandalized.

“An employee of the school discovered several parking signs on the west side of the school had been pushed over. Upon checking the school further, they discovered the upper portion of the exterior window to Room 107 had several areas that were cracked on it,” the police report reads.

After watching surveillance video from the school, they spotted three white male juveniles pushing the signs over. One of them could also be seen throwing rocks at the window.

School employees told police that they recognized the boys and wanted to speak to their parents about paying for the damages rather than pressing charges.

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