The Graham Police Chief says Facebook is helping in the search for those responsible for breaking into the high school and vandalizing it.
Landon McBride spoke with Chief Tony Widner and Landon you were saying the two suspects actually had a surprisingly easy time entering the school.
About 2:30 Monday morning the two suspects entered the school through an unlocked maintenance hatch on the roof. They spray painted the walls and doors as well as on plaques that hung on the walls in the school.
Some of those plaques have been there for years, dating back to the 1940s. There was surveillance video of the suspects but when the police couldn't identify them, they posted the video to their Facebook page.
"There were a couple of people who provided key information. They were able to help us identify them and put them at the location. We were able to talk to both of those individuals and we have identified them and this case is well on its way to being finished," Tony Widner, Graham Chief of Police
The police are wrapping up the investigation before they release the names of the suspects and they are formally charged.
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