ST. JOSEPH, Mich. (WOOD) - Two people are accused of causing $10,000 worth of damage at a Berrien County high school.
The crime occurred around 3:20 a.m. July 4 at Michigan Lutheran High School, 615 E. Marquette Woods, in St. Joseph.
The suspects drove a utility vehicle and knocked down the softball field fences, spray painted offensive language in areas, broke windows, and burned down the scoreboard shed, according to a news release.
The search for the suspects continues, so if you can help police with the investigation then you are asked to call the Berrien County Sheriff Department at 269.983-7141 ext. 7224.
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