Multiple break-ins at county schools under investigation
Tuesday, December 10, 2013 3:30 PM
Neshoba Central High School was broken into Monday night, the second time in four days.
Superintendent of Education Tommy Dearing said no items were reported missing from the high school and band hall after windows were broken and doors pried open.
Investigators are working on several leads in connection with separate break-ins reported Friday at the Neshoba elementary, middle and high schools.
Dearing said administrators reported finding glass broken on entrance doors after arriving on campus Friday morning.
Windows were also broken to gain entry into offices, he said.
Sheriff's Investigator Grant Myers said an IPad was taken from the elementary school and two cell phones from the high school in the break-in reported on Friday.
An undisclosed amount of money was also taken from all three schools, he said.
A reward has been posted for information leading to the arrest and conviction to the person or persons responsible.
Anyone with information should call 656-1414.