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Tucson police help raise money for vandalized Amphi schools

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TUCSON - The Tucson Police Officers Association (TPOA) started a GoFundMe account to help a school library in the Amphitheatre school district that was vandalized last weekend.

The shared library between Amphitheater Middle School and Prince Elementary will be shut down for repairs until the end of 2017. The vandals destroyed books, computer equipment, carpeting, and furniture.

The TPOA said they will match donations up to the first $1,000. The estimated cost of to repair or replace the items is $200,000, according to TPOA.

"We're trying to get some funds to this community as quickly as possible so their school year this year isn't interrupted as much," said Jobe Dickenson, a board member for the TPOA.

The Tucson Police Department arrested a 12-year-old, a 13-year-old, and a 15-year-old in connection to the case.

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