Break in at Solihull primary school trashes classrooms forcing kids to stay at home - The Solihull Observer

Break in at Solihull primary school trashes classrooms forcing kids to stay at home

Solihull Editorial 27th Feb, 2020 Updated: 27th Feb, 2020   0

A SCHOOL in Solihull has closed to its early years pupils after a break in left classrooms covered in smashed glass.

Dorridge Primary School said its reception and nursery classes were shut today (February 27).

In a statement it said windows and doors were smashed by people who broke into the school overnight.

The school posted: “Key Stage 1, reception and nursery are closed today… whave been broken into during the night.




“Lots of classrooms had glass windows and doors smashed and there is glass everywhere.

“Due to safety of our children we are having to close the building. KS2 open as normal.”


A spokeswoman for West Midlands police said: “We are investigating reports of a break in at Dorridge Nursery and Infants School in Station Road, Solihull overnight.

“Doors and windows were smashed and electrical equipment stolen in the burglary which was reported to us just after 7.20am this morning (Thursday 27 February).

“Anyone with information can contact us, quoting log 390 of 27 February, via Live Chat at west-midlands.police.uk between 8am and midnight, call 101 anytime or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

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