Richland police now say there are two suspects involved in a pair of break-ins at Richland High school.

The first one occurred September 30th when an alarm was tripped around 10:30pm, but when they arrived nobody was there. They did find evidence of forced entry.

Then on Wednesday just before 1am, the alarm went off at the school's technology wing. Police did find a man on campus, but he was not related to the break-in. He was arrested for trespassing, however. Police now say there are two suspects. K-9 units were brought in to track the suspects after the second forced entry, but they were not able to find them.

The investigation continues. Police say the two burglaries are related.

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