SEATTLE - Vandals trying to break into Nathan Hale High School along 30th Avenue Northeast left behind left a trail of damage and debris.
An empty bottle of vodka, several tomatoes and lettuce were found near the football field as well as a bicycle and overturned trash cans.
The storage area underneath the bleachers was damaged and weights and chairs were thrown around.
Police could not confirm if anything is missing or if there was damage to the school building.
School begins on Wednesday but the vandalism will not affect classes.
Seattle police said somone was later arrested in connection with the vandalism.
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