SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. (WNCN) — Authorities are investigating after Pinecrest High School was broken into earlier this month, a Moore County Schools official confirmed Thursday.
Catherine Murphy, director of communications for the school district, said that the incident occurred either in the late evening of July 2 or early in the morning of July 3.
Murphy said that several vending machines, a security camera and glass windows were all damaged in the break-in.
The incident is being treated as a felony breaking and entering, according to Murphy.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Moore County Schools Police Hotline at 910-947-5061 or text info to 910-986-6614. Information can be confidential.