Police ask for help to ID suspects in school break-in
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JACKSON, Tenn. — Investigators are asking the public to help identify three suspects wanted in a Monday break-in at an east Jackson school. Officers are searching for three black males they say forcibly entered Parkview Learning Center on East Chester Street by breaking a window, according to a release from the Jackson Police Department. Police say security video captures the three suspects, who appear to be between 14 and 19 years old, roaming the hallways of the school. The first suspect is described as having a thin build and wearing a green, hooded sweatshirt with a Michigan State Spartans logo on the front, dark sweatpants with a white stripe, dark shoes with white soles and a dark backpack, the release states. The second suspect is described as having a thin build and was wearing a dark T-shirt, shorts and shoes and a fitted, dark-colored baseball cap. The third suspect is said to have a stocky build and was wearing a white T-shirt with a dark T-shirt covering his head, camouflage green shorts and dark high-top shoes, according to the release. Anyone who recognizes the suspects or has other information is asked to call Jackson police at 731-425-8400 or Crime Stoppers at 731-424-TIPS (8477).