MHS office burglarized

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THE Marianas High School office was burglarized over the weekend, Variety learned.

MHS staffers learned about the forced entry on Monday morning upon reporting for work.

The perpetrator/s shattered the two back windows of the MHS office to gain entry. The suspect/s then ransacked the office, and took confiscated vapes, cell phones, and other valuables.

MHS principal, Eric Evangelista on Wednesday declined to provide additional statement about the incident citing the still ongoing investigation.

As of press time Wednesday, the Department of Public Safety had not provided any information about the burglary.

Asked about the surveillance camera on campus, an MHS staffer said, “Before Typhoon Yutu we had a functioning surveillance camera, but not after.”

For school year 2019-2020, MHS has a student population of 1,552 — the largest on island.

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