So­cial Cir­cle school tar­geted again

The Covington News - - LOCAL - KAYLA ROBINS krobins@cov­news.com

For the sec­ond week­end in a row, So­cial Cir­cle Pri­mary School was bro­ken into.

A teacher ar­rived to her class­room Mon­day morn­ing to find her door and win­dow had been dam­aged, and her col­lec­tion of snack items she kept for stu­dents was miss­ing, ac­cord­ing to So­cial Cir­cle Po­lice Chief Terry Sose­bee.

Of­fi­cers searched the area Mon­day, Sept. 22, to find most of the food by the rail­road track be­hind the school and re- turned them back to the teacher.

Sose­bee said all three re­cent breakins, which also in­cluded a forced en­try into the Walton County Recre­ation Cen­ter the same night as last week­end’s break-and-en­try at the school, “ap­pear to be (by) ju­ve­niles.”

Both school break-ins hap­pened at the back side of the build­ing, Sose­bee said. Of­fi­cers have been told to pay close at­ten­tion to that area while on nightly pa­trol shifts.

The in­ves­ti­ga­tion re­mained open as of Tues­day with no known sus­pects.

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