Four teenagers have been charged and will face court after a school was broken into and student artwork damaged in Byron Bay last month.
Between 6pm on Saturday 23 August 2014 and 10am on Sunday 24 August 2014, a high school on Broken Head Road, Byron Bay, was broken into.
Police were contacted and officers from Tweed/Byron Local Area Command attended, commencing an investigation.
Officers found a number of rooms were damaged by paint and other liquids which had been thrown around, with some students’ higher school certificate artwork being destroyed.
Specialist forensic officers attended and conducted an examination of the area.
Following ongoing investigations into the incident, investigators arrested four teenagers in relation to the incident.
The teens, two aged 18 and two aged 19, were issued with future court attendance notices for the offences of aggravated B&E commit serious indictable offence in company, malicious damage, larceny & trespass.
They will appear in Byron Bay Local Court on Wednesday 23 October 2014.