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SANTA FE (AP) — Vandals smashed numerous glass doors and windows at a Santa Fe County high school, causing damage estimated at $10,000 to $25,000.
The vandalism took place over the weekend at Pojoaque Valley High School.
Security cameras captured what appeared to be two individuals using a bat to smash a row of windows.
There was so much broken glass and bent steel that maintenance crews had to use small tractors to clear the rubble.
Sheriff’s deputies say blood found at the scene indicates that one or both of the perpetrators might have cut themselves.
Sheriff’s Lt. William Pacheco says DNA samples from the blood have been sent to the state crime lab.
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