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Paddock Wood Primary School shut after burglary

A primary school has been shut after it was burgled during a 4am raid. 

Paddock Wood Primary School notified parents of the closure in emails sent out this morning.

Police are investigating the break-in, which happened at around 4.45am. 

Police are investigating a burglary at Paddock Wood Primary School. Stock picture.

Police are investigating a burglary at Paddock Wood Primary School. Stock picture.

The school's website has released an urgent message telling parents and visitors that the school has been shut and more details will follow. 

The statement reads: "The school will be closed to pupils and visitors today and will reopen as normal on Monday.

"The school will remain closed today following a break in earlier this morning. Our colleagues are waiting to tidy, organise, repair and replace school property as soon as Scenes of Crimes Officers have completed their forensic examination."

A police spokesman said: "Kent Police was called at 4.45am today to reports of a burglary at Paddock Wood Primary School.

"It was reported the offenders forced their way in through the main entrance. Inquiries are ongoing."

A spokesman for Kent County Council added: "The extent of the damage means the school remains closed.”

 

 

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