Two Young Girls Face Burglary Charges After Vandalizing Local Business

Florida: Ormond Beach During Tropical Storm Nicole on Thursday, two young girls, ages 12 and 13, are suspected of breaking into the Imperial Foam & Insulation company in Ormond Beach, Florida, and causing $350,000 in damages. The incident is alleged to have occurred.

Group of Young Women Caught Vandalizing Warehouse

According to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, raw polystyrene material bags were slashed open, forklifts were moved and crashed into products, property was broken, and graffiti was sprayed on the walls.

“The names of two of the girls were sprayed onto foam building blocks before they were used.”

When the worker heard the spraying, he went into the warehouse, and when he saw the girls running away, he followed them. The sheriff’s office has confirmed this information.

A group of young women who were observed strolling down the street were halted.

Each girl was charged with criminal mischief, trespassing, and burglary of a business as a result of the state of emergency that had been declared.

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