A second break-in this month has been reported at Pueblo Magnet High School, according to TUSD spokeswoman Stefanie Boe.
Boe said TUSD and Tucson police are investigating at the high school after two classrooms were vandalized overnight.
“We are disappointed that vandals continue to disrupt education for our Pueblo community. I am personally offering a $1,000 reward for anyone who provides information leading to an arrest. Should you have any information please contact TPD by calling 911 or 88-CRIME," Superintendent H.T. Sanchez said in a news release.
Pueblo Magnet High School broken into and vandalized again. Two classrooms trashed. Dr. Sanchez offers $1K reward @pueblowarriors
— Tucson Unified (@tucsonunified) January 21, 2017
Boe said it is unknown at this time if these two incidents are connected.
Additional security is going to be added to the Pueblo campus immediately, said Boe.
If anyone has any information on this latest break-in you are urged to call 9-1-1 or 88-CRIME, you can remain anonymous.
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