Three suspects identified after break-in at Ross Beatty High School in Cassopolis

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Police in Cass County credit help from the public, as well as surveillance video and photographs, in identifying the suspects believe broke into Ross Beatty High School in Cassopolis, Mich. and damaged IT equipment, fiber optic lines and the school’s computer server.

The break in happened on Tuesday, July 12, between 12:30 a.m. and 2 a.m., according to Cass County Sheriff Joseph Underwood.

School administrators reported that items had been taken from the school, according to Underwood.

The video footage and photographs of the suspects were sent to surrounding police agencies.

The photos were also placed on the Cass County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page, with a request for help from the public in identifying the subjects.

Within 45 minutes of the post, the Sheriff’s office had the names of suspects involved in the case, according to Underwood.

The suspects are cooperating with the investigation, Underwood said.

Two suspects are juveniles. One is an adult.

This case remains under investigation.

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