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School, bus windows broken in vandalism

Several school bus windows and Enterprise Attendance Centerbuilding door windows were broken during a Friday night vandalismat the school, said Principal Shannon Eubanks.

Eubanks said two or three windows on building doors and “a goodmany” windows on buses parked in the back of the campus werebroken.

“It wasn’t extensive. It was an annoyance, though,” Eubankssaid. “Apparently, somebody thought they had to destroyproperty.”

Eubanks said the vandalism was discovered around 9 a.m.Saturday. He said nothing was taken and classrooms wereuntouched.

“Most of the damage was the windows on the school buses,”Eubanks said.

The principal said Saturday night that all windows had beenreplaced. He said students and school officials will not know thedifference when they return Monday from a week-long Thanksgivingholidays.

An investigation into the vandalism is continuing, Eubanks said.Sheriff’s deputies have visited the scene and collected somefingerprints.

“We can’t always stop vandalism, but if we find out who did it,they will be prosecuted,” Eubanks said.