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Two boys, 16 and 13, accused of breaking into Mead school

4:31 PM, Nov. 3, 2013  |  Comments
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Authorities arrested two teenage boys Sunday morning and accused them of trying to burglarize a Wisconsin Rapids elementary school.

The arrests came after police received reports at 10:20 a.m. Sunday of multiple alarms at Mead Elementary School, 241 17th Ave. S., Police Lt. Kevin Schwartz said. When officers arrived at the school, they found an open door and said they saw a 16-year-old boy and a 13-year-old boy running from the school.

Authorities later determined the boys had entered the school through an open window and intended to steal an iPad, Schwartz said. Police turned the boys over to their parents and will refer them to Wood County Human Services for further action.

The boys had set off multiple alarms, which immediately drew attention because it was unusual, especially for the mid-morning, Schwartz said.

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