AMERICUS, GA (WALB) - Sumter County Head Start officials are asking for the public to help them watch their buses after vandals cause more than $1,000 in damage. The windshields on two buses at the school were shot with pellet guns over the weekend.
The driver noticed 6 holes in one window and 2 in another. Now, one windshield has completely cracked.
The school supervisor asks for neighbors to keep their eyes out for trouble.
We would appreciate it if the community out there, if they see damages, or see someone near the buses, to call the police, call the center. They can even call me," said Head Start Supervisor Marilyn Coley.
Coley says the damage will cost about $1,300 to repair. Luckily, they have one spare bus.