For the second weekend in a row, Social Circle Primary School was broken into.
A teacher arrived to her classroom Monday morning to find her door and window had been damaged, and her collection of snack items she kept for students was missing, according to Social Circle Police Chief Terry Sosebee.
Officers searched the area Monday, Sept. 22, to find most of the food by the railroad track behind the school and returned them back to the teacher.
Sosebee said all three recent break-ins, which also included a forced entry into the Walton County Recreation Center the same night as last weekend’s break-and-entry at the school, “appear to be (by) juveniles.”
Both school break-ins happened at the back side of the building, Sosebee said. Officers have been told to pay close attention to that area while on nightly patrol shifts.
The investigation remained open as of Tuesday with no known suspects.