Teens caught vandalizing Fort Worth elementary school, police say
Police are searching for three teenagers accused of vandalizing and stealing from an elementary school in far north Fort Worth this week.
The break-in happened about 2 a.m. Monday at Freedom Elementary School on Wall Price Keller Road, police said.
The teens broke several windows with hammers and stole medicine from the school nurse’s office and about $60 from a cash register in the library.
The suspects, who are white, were seen on surveillance video wearing bandanas and sunglasses. Police believe they are in middle school or high school.
Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to contact detectives at 817-392-4697.