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14-YEAR-OLDS ALLEGEDLY CAUSE DAMAGE TO GOLD COAST HIGH SCHOOL

Three teenagers will be dealt with under The Youth Justice Act after allegedly causing damage to a Gold Coast high school.

Police were alerted to a group of juveniles acting suspiciously at Elanora High School, at around 4:30pm on Saturday.

On arrival, they found three youths on a roof, and a plant that had been uprooted and thrown into a wall, causing damage.

The 14-year-olds were taken to Palm Beach Police Station, and their parents notified.

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