FRANKLIN, Ind. - Authorities were investigating an attempted burglary at an elementary school in Franklin.
Police received a report of the incident just after 1 p.m. Sunday at Webb Elementary School, officials with the Franklin Police Department said.
Police think the suspect broke into the school by throwing an object through a window to break the glass. Traces of blood were found inside the building.
Authorities did not find anyone inside the building, but school personnel reported classroom trash cans had been knocked over and desks had been rummaged through.
It was not yet clear if anything had been taken. Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact Detective Sgt. John Borges at (317) 346-1142.
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