Intruders break into Forsyth school with ax



CUMMING, Ga. — Two men were seen breaking into a high school and a vending machine, according to a Forsyth County Sheriff’s incident report.

At about 4 a.m. Feb 22, deputies were dispatched to West Forsyth High School, 4155 Drew Road, because an alarm went off.

When deputies arrived, they saw one of the main door windows on the first floor shattered. Another door window in the 1720 hallway was also shattered.

In that hallway, one of the vending machines had its glass cover broken, but they were unsure if any of the products were missing.

No one was found after deputies cleared the building.

After reviewing the video surveillance, deputies saw a man who wore red and orange gloves, a tan backpack and a black T-shirt covering his face. The second man wore blue jeans, black gloves and a dark shirt covering his face.

They were seen walking the hallways and broke the glass cover of the vending machine using an ax before leaving around 3:30 a.m.

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