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Vandals shoot paintballs in renovated school cafeteria

PRAIRIEVILLE, LA (WAFB) -

Detectives with the Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office are searching for vandals who shot paintballs inside the new Prairieville Middle School cafeteria.

The cafeteria is part of a total renovation of the school that was set to open this school year. The renovation was part of the $100,000,000 bond issue extension that was approved by voters in the Fall of 2009.

Detectives believe the vandals came in with paintball guns and sprayed the cafeteria.

According to the school system, the estimated cleanup and damage repair cost is $500 to $700.

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