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Two juveniles arrested for Ballina High School vandalism

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Ballina High School was closed for a day after being attacked by vandals. Two arrests have been made so far. Photo Plakau
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Breaking news

Two juveniles have been arrested over the vandalism at Ballina High School last week that resulted in an estimated $30,000 damage.

Richmond Local Area command police said further arrests were expected.

About 50 glass windows were smashed in the attack, which happened between Between 11:50pm on Thursday 8 September and 4.45am Friday 9 September.

The vandalism affected eight classrooms, and forced the closure of the school for the day while police investigated.

More details to come

 


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