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Wednesday, April 1, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Shadle Park High library windows shattered

Five large thermal windows and a smaller upper window in the newly remodeled library at Shadle Park High School were shattered by gunfire over the weekend.

The exterior panes on the double-paned windows had holes from some type of projectiles. However, the projectiles did not penetrate through the inner panes. The damage caused the exterior panes to crack, but the glass remained in place with the exception of the holes caused by the weapon or weapons.

Spokane police said they had no suspects in the incident, but asked that anyone with information call Crime Check at 456-2233.

Dealy Etter of Garco Construction of Spokane said arrangements were being made to find replacements. The dollar value of the damage was not immediately known.

Etter said the library was opened last September following completion of the first phase of a four-phase renovation of the high school.

The vandalism occurred sometime over the weekend. School was not in session on Monday because of Presidents Day.

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