Custodians worked into the early morning hours on Wednesday after vandals left a mess in the halls of Northland High School.
Police were called to the school, located at 1919 Northcliff Dr., at about 2 a.m., 10TV’s Tino Ramos reported.
Once inside, they found the hallways littered with cracked eggs and baby oil. Investigators said that it was not clear if anything was taken from the school.
Investigators were working to determine who was responsible for the mess. They said that the incident would not delay classes at the school.
No arrests were immediately made.
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