Investigators are tracking fingerprints and blood left behind from a break in at Naches Intermediate School May 21. Yakima County Sheriff’s Officials say they destroyed thousands of dollars in property. It took four people an hour to clean the mess. The outside of the school also got hit. Profanity was sprayed on the back of the building and on the playground bathrooms.

It didn't end there, two buses where broken into at the district's garage across the street. The vandals pulled mirrors off buses and smashed them. The cost to repair two broken mirrors, two fire extinguishers, and some paint to cover the graffiti is expected to cost roughly $2,000. That is just including damages done to the district. In a quiet neighborhood nearby, three cars and a house were painted with graffiti along with other damages.

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