Police in Frederick, Md., are looking for the vandals who flooded and burglarized a local high school, causing thousands of dollars in damage.
Maintenence staff at Thomas Johnson High School discovered the damage around 5:30 a.m. Monday. Water was covering much of the first and second levels of the school. Classrooms were soaked and computers were wet.
Police say a water line on the second floor of the school had been broken intentionally. Investigators also found graffiti in one part of the building.
Students are on winter break.