BUCKEYE, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- Buckeye Police officials are asking for the public's help, as they try to identify a group of people who police say vandalized Buckeye Union High School late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
According to a statement released Wednesday, police say 11 suspects jumped the high school's fence and made it onto school grounds. Surveillance video captured the group wreaking havoc over the course of 20 minutes, tipping over golf carts, dented the tops, and painted graffiti on carts, doors, and walls. The suspects also used the fire extinguishers, and destroyed landscaping. Property damaged is estimated by the school to be in excess of $1,000.
Buckeye Police officials said damaging school property is a felony, and they are asking parents to talk to their kids about pranks gone wrong, as the consequences can have lasting effects. Meanwhile, anyone with information should call Buckeye Police.