Police searching for two juveniles who broke into Burke Middle School
Charleston police are searching for two juveniles who broke into Burke Middle School on June 17 and played with a fire extinguisher, spokesman Charles Francis said.
Police arrived at the school about 4:20 a.m. that day in response to an alarm. Police found an open window and scattered books near the Sumter Street side of the building, a report states.
A security officer reportedly found a used fire extinguisher and a Mad Dog 20/20 alcoholic drink.
Both suspects were described as white males. One suspect was described as having dark hair and a tattoo on top of his right wrist and wore jean shorts and a grey T-shirt with “it’s just money” written across the front.
The other suspect reportedly had chin-length hair and wore a blue “Florida” hoodie with a white T-shirt and black skinny jeans.
Police did not report any further theft or damage to the school.