Guam – Okkodo High School was vandelized over the weekend, and teachers there are still trying to determine the overall cost of all the items taken.
According to Okkodo High School Assistant Principal Jesse San Nicolas says the school was actually broken into twice over the weekend between the hours of 1am and 5am on Saturday and Sunday morning. “There were quite a few classrooms that were vandalized that were damaged glass was broken tools were taken from the automotive shop from the woodshop class, the construction class the student store also,” said San Nicolas adding, “The school is really in need. I think all schools are in need of some type of security system until we get this in place we feel vulnerable.”
San Nicolas says that GPD has already taken fingerprints and other forensic evidence but they are also asking for the public’s help. Any one with any information is asked to come forward or call Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP.