A West Alabama sheriff says arrests are likely in a recent vandalism case.
A community meeting was held in Cuba on Sunday evening to update the community on the investigation. Sumter County Sheriff Tyrone Clark says authorities are working to track down multiple suspects who fled the area after Clark says they vandalized Kinterbish Junior High School in early July.
Sheriff Clark says investigators are relying on the community's help in solving this case. If you have any information, call the Sumter County's Sheriff's Department at 205-652-7984.
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