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Lugo targeted during break-in; suspects caught on camera

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Pictured above is one of the classrooms that was broken into, agriculture. A dog crate, speaker, and a few other things was stolen from this class. Photo taken by Daniel Pahutan.

Pictured above is one of the classrooms that was broken into, agriculture. A dog crate, speaker, and a few other things was stolen from this class. Photo taken by Daniel Pahutan.

Pictured above is one of the classrooms that was broken into, agriculture. A dog crate, speaker, and a few other things was stolen from this class. Photo taken by Daniel Pahutan.

Luis Lopez, News Reporter

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Early Monday morning on October 16, Don Lugo became the victim of a heist. Three suspects are captured on camera breaking into a floriculture and agriculture room. They are identified to be two males and one female.
Using tools to pry open the doors they successfully stole from, they next tried to pry open the kitchen, but were unsuccessful. In the floriculture room, the thieves took a laptop, speakers, and a projector. From the agriculture room they took a dog crate, speaker, and a few other things.
According to Dr. Cabrera, Don Lugo’s principle, the suspects targeted the two classrooms and possibly had inside information. Whoever the suspects are had a general idea on what was inside the classrooms and lead Lugo to believe it could possibly be a student. Dr. Cabrera presumes, the perpatrators are “around a high school age” and is in the process of finding out who the people are.

It saddens me and disappoints me if the suspects are Don Lugo students.”

— Dr. Cabrera

The Chino Police took finger prints on the crime scene and are currently investigating to find more information on who could be possible suspects. The intruders left the tools that were used to pry open the doors and a flashlight in the classroom. Don Lugo does not plan on taking the finger prints of students because it would be considered an invasion of privacy.
If you have any information regarding the ongoing investigation, report it to Don Lugo administration immediately.

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