Police ID 4 in Museum Vandalism Spree

Police in North Judson, Indiana, say four juveniles appear to be behind a two-day spate of vandalism that recently occurred at the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum.

In a posting on Facebook, Town Marshall Kelly Fisher said the names of the juveniles and facts about the vandalism incidents have been referred to the Starke County Prosecutor’s office.

The vandalism began on July 31. More than 30 windows were broken in various buildings, locomotives and rolling stock.

The Facebook statement said police reviewed camera footage and within 24 hours were able to identify the four juveniles.

Police said that over two days the four juveniles engaged in a crime spree.

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