Vandals damage 30 windows at Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum

Photos courtesy Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum/Facebook

Photos courtesy Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum/Facebook

Photos courtesy Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum/Facebook

Photos courtesy Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum/Facebook

Photos courtesy Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum/Facebook

Photos courtesy Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum/Facebook

STARKE COUNTY, Ind. -- The Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum reported damage to more than 30 windows in buildings, cabooses, passenger cars, locomotives and display cars on Friday. They are raising funds to repair the damage.

North Judson Police were called on Friday to investigate the vandalism.

Police reviewed surveillance footage and identified four juvenile suspects, reports said.

The juveniles went on a two day crime spree that included theft and breaking the windows at the museum.

The case has been turned over the Starke County Prosecutor's office for review.

If you would like to donate to the museum to help repair the damaged windows, you can donate on their Facebook page.

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