Suspects sought

Three individuals are sought by Edmond Police for vandalizing Santa Fe High School.

Edmond Police are searching for three people who broke into Santa Fe High School last week and vandalized the building, leaving slur words, and the letters “KKK.”

A video photo of three male suspects and photos of some of the damages was released by Edmond Police Department in an attempt to find help from the public in identifying those responsible.

Two different police reports indicate the incidents took place some time between 4 p.m. June 17 through 1:07 a.m. June 18 at the high school. 

Public Information Officer Jennifer Wagnon said, “We are looking to identify these three who broke into Santa Fe High School and vandalized multiple rooms inside the school. They also stole the golf carts. One was located off campus.”

Wagnon said if you have information call detectives at 405-359-4416. When apprehended suspects face charges of burglary in second degree, grand larceny (over $1,000), and malicious injury or destruction of property.

Damages were found to two different 2007 Club Car Golf Carts, a wooden staircase and railing, a door handle and locking mechanism, countertops in the band office, a dry erase board in the band room, light switches in the band room, and a door handle behind the football concession stand.

Officer Jon Cramer stated in a report there were two countertops in the band office that were written on. The boards were spray painted with “N - - - - -,” “I KILL N - - - - -,” and “KKK.”

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