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School police review surveillance tape

April 3, 2007

Albany --  Surveillance video of several Dougherty County School Bus vandals has given Dougherty County School Police a better idea of who may be responsible for the crime.

School Police Chief Troy Conley would not release the surveillance video to us, but did say he there were at least six children involved in the vandalism between the ages of six and 13. 

More than 20 Dougherty County School Buses were damaged, an estimated value of that damage hasn't been calculated yet. 

Conley's department says they should be able to identify the teens using the surveillance video.  Right now they're trying to determine if the kids are Dougherty County students. 

Doors were pulled away and bumpers were ripped off of buses while the students joy rode around the school bus yard Sunday.


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