NewsEight children devastate their school - 150,000 euros damage

Eight children devastate their school – 150,000 euros damage

What did the eight students think? In their school in Eschweiler (North Rhine-Westphalia) boys and girls have caused enormous damage.

Eschweiler – At the weekend, eight students broke into their school in Eschweiler. Then the children apparently completely lost control between the ages of 10 and 14. Three boys and five girls are said to have caused damage of 150,000 euros.

They threw panes of about two dozen new windows and doors and emptied several fire extinguishers, the police said on Monday. In front of a classroom, the troops set fire to a pile of rubbish. According to their own statements, the students put out the fire themselves.

Eschweiler (North Rhine-Westphalia): Eight children riot in school – the teacher discovered them by chance

According to the police, a teacher accidentally noticed a light in the school from the parking lot and then caught the boys and girls a short time later, according to the police. The children were handed over to their legal guardians on site and the school management informed. The Kripo have started the investigation. (ml)

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