Warsaw increases security following high school break-ins
Recent vandalism at the Warsaw High school has led to increased security at the school.
You'll recall earlier this year that vandals broke into the school destroying computers and computer lab equipment adding up to more than ten thousand dollars in damages.
According to the Hancock County Journal Pilot, the school board has given the go-ahead for the district to purchase and install 12 motion-sensitive cameras to be installed around the school.
By the way ... the board is still offering a cash reward for the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the July break-in at the school.