Nov 4, 2015 4:47 PM
BEDFORD - Bedford Police are searching for two suspects wanted for smashing the passenger side window of two cars parked overnight at Bedford High School last week.
Students are shocked, and say the cars that were damaged are used for Driver's Education.
Many students telling NH1 News they hadn't heard about the vandalism, but the school recently told them to refrain from leaving their cars in the parking lots overnight.
Police believe the suspects were driving an older model white SUV, possibly with Massachusetts plates. They say based on the body type, the believe they're looking for a man and a woman.
"These suspects acted maliciously, with no regard for the personal property of others," Chief John Bryfonski said. "We are actively searching for the vehicle and two individuals involved in this incident, and we hope that someone will recognize their vehicle and come forward."
The damage was discovered on Sunday, October 25th, the same weekend the Bedford Little League concession stand was vandalized nearby.
It's unclear if these are connected. Anyone with information about either incident is asked to contact Bedford PD at: 603-472-5113.
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