ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Police are looking for whoever who went on a rampage inside several schools in Albuquerque this weekend.
Cibola High School was hit the hardest,16 portable classrooms and the school's main building got broken into early Monday morning.
The vandals broke more than 30 windows and a number of computers and sprayed classrooms with paint and fire extinguishers.
It could cost $40,000 to fix it all.
Apache Elementary, along with Manzano and Eldorado High Schools were also hit.
Surveillance cameras caught two people doing all the damage.
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