BETHLEHEM, NY — A dozen maintenance vehicles and machines were found vandalized on Monday morning, according to The Times Union.
As many as 14 vans and trucks were discovered with punctured tires, broken windows and mud and grass in the fuel tanks, the article stated.
According to the article, the damaged property was located in the parking lot of the Bethlehem School District''s Operations and Maintenance Department.
"Vandalism of public property is an affront to all members of the public that pay for and benefit from the services of our institutions," said Superintendent Michael Tebbano.
"When it happens in our schools, it disrupts the operations of an organization focused exclusively on ensuring a quality educational environment," Tebbano added.
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