Police: Suspect has broken into high school three times in month - WNEM TV 5

Police: Suspect breaks into school three times in month

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OSCODA, MI (WNEM) -

Police are continuing to search for a suspect that they believe has broken into an area high school three times in the past month.

Officials say someone has broken into Oscoda High School three times and stole money from events that have taken place at the school.

Police say the person has broken into vaults and kicked in doors to gain access to the money. He's suspected of stealing thousands of dollars from the building last Thursday night following the junior varsity football game. Those stolen funds would've been used to support Owl athletics.

"We believe that it is somebody who has working knowledge of the building," Oscoda Schools superintendent Scott Moore told TV5. "Whether they were a past student, whether they were a past employee, or it could potentially be even somebody internally, but somebody who has an understanding of our building we assume."

Oscoda High School officials are in the process of securing the facilities in order to deter any more potential break-ins.

Anyone with information in this case is urged to contact the Oscoda Township Police Department at 989-739-9111.

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