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Deer tries to go to school

An early morning break-in left police scratching their heads. Salisbury Police responded to a break-in at Isenberg Elementary School at about 1:47 a.m. Friday morning.

According to the report, the glass on the front door was smashed in. Police searched the building, but could find no sign of an intruder or that anything was stolen.

But they did find what appeared to be blood and saliva on the inside of a rear door to the school. When they re-examined the entry, they found hair and blood on the glass, and what appeared to be scuff or skid marks on the inside of the door.

Pulling up a surveillance tape of the incident revealed a deer charging through the glass door. Isenberg has not reported any missing items. The deer will not face charges.

 

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