Police arrest 3 young boys after 2 Saskatoon schools vandalized

Police arrest 3 young boys after 2 Saskatoon schools vandalized
3 youth caught fleeing break in at a Saskatoon school
Police arrested three young boys after two schools in Saskatoon were vandalized overnight. It's the second time this week that police responded to multiple calls of schools getting trashed. 2 teens charged after windows broken at Saskatoon schools. ​It

Damage is estimate in the thousands of dollars after three youth allegedly broke into two Saskatoon schools. Police officers were investigating a break and enter at Pleasant Hill Community School when they received word of an alarm at King George

Boys charged with breaking into Saskatoon schools

Two teenaged boys are facing charges after two more schools were vandalized in Saskatoon early Thursday morning. Shortly after 1 a.m., police were investigating a break-and-enter at Pleasant Hill Elementary School, when they were alerted to a similar

Two boys are believed to have caused thousands of dollars in damages after they allegedly broke into two Saskatoon public schools. The 13 and 15-year-old boys are now in custody, and are facing charges of break and enter and commit theft. A 10-year-old

Police arrested three boys as they ran out of King George School early Thursday morning. Previous 1 of 4 Next. Saskatoon police say three boys were caught early Thursday morning after a pair of school break-ins. Police were at Pleasant Hill Community

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