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Vandalism warning from Austin police

They want kids to celebrate Homecoming responsibly.

Posted: Sep 19, 2018 2:19 PM

AUSTIN, Minn. – Police are telling high schoolers to act responsibly after some incidents of vandalism.

Police Chief Brian Krueger says two homes and several vehicles in southwest Austin on Monday night were targeted with paintballs, slime balls, flour, and glitter. Krueger says if turns out any significant damage was done, criminal charges could be filed.

This is Homecoming Week for Austin Public Schools and Krueger says they want to be sure students obey the law while enjoying it.

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