(North Judson, IN) - Funds are being raised to repair damage caused by vandals. The criminal acts occurred Friday at the Hoosier Valley Railroad Museum in North Judson.
Police say more than 30 windows were broken on buildings, cabooses, passenger cars, locomotives and display cars. A review of surveillance video yielded the names of four juvenile suspects, who committed the acts along with theft at the museum over a two day period.
The Starke County Prosecutor's office is reviewing the case for possible filing of charges.