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Vandals strike Casa Grande High School

(Source: Casa Grande Union High School District) (Source: Casa Grande Union High School District)
(Source: Casa Grande Union High School District) (Source: Casa Grande Union High School District)
CASA GRANDE, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Police in Casa Grande are investigating vandalism at Casa Grande High School on Friday night, April 21.

According to a report in the Casa Grande Dispatch, the vandals caused extensive damage to the faculty break room and maintenance shop.

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