HEGINS TWP., Pa. - Police are investigating a burglary that occurred Sunday at Hegins-Hubley Elementary School in Hegins Township, Schuylkill County.
Officials say two unknown males forced their way in the school by breaking a window around 2 a.m.
The males were wearing black-hooded sweatshirts, dark pants, gloves, black hats, backpacks, and bandanas covering their faces.
Surveillance footage shows the individuals left the school by prying open a door with a bar they had with them. They then fled in an unknown direction.
Pennsylvania State Police K9 requested to sweep the school, officials say. It is unknown if anything was stolen at this time.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Pennsylvania State Police Schuylkill Haven at 570-754-4600.
The Panther Valley School District conducted regularly planned Red Alert lockdown drills Monday morning at all three of its buildings.Read More »
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