(KMOV.com) – Police said they are searching for the three suspects who vandalized Eureka High School Sunday.
Authorities said two males and one female spray painted an awning at the high school’s welcome center and two signs near the front of the school. Police said they examined school grounds even further and found that a sign, a door, a trash can, and fire hydrant had also been painted. Authorities said glass had also been broken
According to police, the school’s baseball field, Russo Field had been damaged. Restrooms near the field and a concrete retaining wall had been spray painted with graffiti.
Police beleive it will cost the school around $5,000 to repair the damage. Classes start August 11 at Eureka High School.
If you have any information, please call police.