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Courtesy LaGrange County sheriff's department
An SUV-style vehicle caused this damage at Prairie Heights High School early Wednesday, the LaGrange County sheriff's department said.

Vehicle damages Prairie Heighs athletic fields

A small SUV-style vehicle drove onto the football and baseball fields at Prairie Heights High School early Wednesday, causing an estimated $10,000 in damage, the LaGrange County sheriff's department said today.

The vehicle also drove into a corn field, damaging the crop, the sheriff's department said in a statement.

Anyone with information about the property damage is asked to contact Prairie Heights Officer Gaylon Wisel II at 260-351-3214 or Indiana State Police Detective Jeff Boyd through the county dispatch center, 260-463-7491.

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