Teens vandalize Milford elementary school, causing $30-40K worth of damage

One of the vandals (photo 1) and a teen who was with the vandals (photo 2)

Milford police are looking for three teens who vandalized an elementary school last month.

Police said about $30,000-$40,000 worth of damage was caused at Johnson Elementary between 12:30 a.m. and 1:30 a.m. Aug. 29. The vandals are white boys believed to be 14-16 years old.

The first suspect was wearing a dark-colored T-shirt with a light-colored color and sleeves, a backward baseball cap, and dark-colored pants. 

The second suspect, who police believed did not participate in the destruction, was wearing athletic pants with a stripe down the side and a long drawstring, and a North Face or Adidas hoodie with the hood up.

The third suspect was wearing a ski cap with a pom-pom at the top, glasses with dark frames, and Air Jordan 11 shoes.

The vandals were believed to be on foot.

Police said fingerprinting was conducted at the scene and the Oakland County Crime Lab is analyzing other evidence from the scene.

Anyone with information about the crime is asked to call 248-684-1815.