According to WTHR on Monday, batteries from buses at the Mill Creek Schools transportation barn located in Clayton, Indiana have been stolen.
Classes for Monday have been canceled while all athletic events will continue was scheduled.
The theft was reported around 1:30 a.m. Monday morning. The stolen batteries are estimated to be worth about $3,200 the Hendricks county Sheriff's deputies estimate.
Mill Creek Schools posted this on their website:
This morning the Mill Creek Community School Corporation bus barn was struck by vandals. All bus batteries were stolen, leaving us without transportation for students. School today (Monday, September 30) is canceled to allow time to get the bus fleet up and rolling. We will resume a normal school day on Tuesday, October 1st.
All regularly scheduled athletic events will go on as normal; events and practices are NOT canceled. The bus to Area 31, and South Putnam is NOT affected; these students will have class as normal.
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