Police are investigating the theft of a vehicle and several other items from facilities over the weekend at Danville High School.
Police Chief Tony Gray said school employees showing up for work early Monday found a 2001 Dodge Durango truck had been stolen from a building behind the practice football field. The truck is “Admiral blue” and had a Danville Independent Schools license plate on the front and an official government tag on the back.
In addition to the truck, some radios from school buses in the nearby bus garage behind the high school were taken, Gray said. A fire extinguisher and first aid kit also were reported stolen.
Gray said police are not certain when the burglaries and thefts happened, but it was likely over the weekend. There are no suspects yet, as the school and police are still compiling a list of everything that was taken or damaged in the burglary.
Police will review video from surveillance cameras in the area, but Gray said it will take some time given the several days during which the crimes could have taken place.
Detective Lisa McAnly is investigating. Anyone with information is asked to call (859) 238-1220.