NASHUA , N.H. (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) - Typically when summer rolls around,
students are ready to run cheering from the building; however, that was not the
case for four teen suspects who reportedly broke into a New Hampshire middle
school on Monday night.
The Nashua Police Department patrol officers responded to the Fairgrounds Middle School located at 37 Blanchard Street around 9:41 p.m. on Monday for a report of an activated burglary alarm.
Upon arrival, officers saw several broken windows and juvenile suspects within the school. The suspects then fled the area.
Officers recovered several laptops which were property of the school. The items had been discarded by the side of the road.
Officers canvassed the area and arrested four juvenile males between the ages of 14 and 16 for their involvement in the robbery.
Two of the suspects arrested on Monday were charged with delinquent child-burglary. Two other juveniles, who had remained outside of the school and had acted as lookouts, were charged with delinquent child-criminal liability to the conduct of another to commit burglary. Both charges are Class B felonies.
A fifth suspect, 15, was arrested on Tuesday and has been charged with delinquent child burglary.
All the juveniles were booked and released to their parents. Each juvenile faces a maximum punishment of commitment to the Sununu Youth Service Center in Manchester, N.H.