DAPHNE, Ala. (WKRG) — Bayside Academy was broken into twice over the last two weeks ahead of the recent vandalism at area Baldwin County public high schools.
Bayside Academy administrators filed police reports with the Daphne Police Department on Friday, June 25, and Wednesday, June 30, after the break-ins. The suspects stole clothing and electronics, damaged maintenance equipment, and vandalized property.
The clothing articles seen in surveillance photographs from Baldwin County Public Schools were among the items that were stolen from the Bayside Academy locker rooms in the early morning hours of Friday, June 25, and Wednesday, June 30.
“There is no indication that the perpetrators of recent school vandalism are actually affiliated with Bayside Academy, and we are saddened that a group of individuals would want to defame Bayside Academy in this manner. The actions of the perpetrators are in no way aligned with the core values or mission of Bayside Academy. As educators, we are deeply sympathetic to the damage caused to our fellow high schools and hope the perpetrators are swiftly identified and held accountable for their calculated actions.”Bayside Academy