BRUSH, Colo. (CBS4) – Police on Friday released the mug shot of one of two teens under arrest for allegedly breaking into and vandalizing a school in Morgan County.

Garet Lorenzini, 18, of Fort Morgan, faces charges along with a 17-year-old whose name is not being released after a tip led police to the location of one of them.

According to his Facebook page, Lorenzini is a student at Fort Morgan High school.

Investigators say Lorenzini and the other suspect broke into River View Christian School in Brush late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning and trashed many rooms and stole electronics.

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“It was just mass vandalism,” Principal Greg Furman told CBS4. “They poured water and coffee into our copy machines and in our printers. Poured sugar in one of the copy machines. Just totally made a mess of things.”

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School officials had to cancel school as they cleaned up the damage. Classes are scheduled to resume on Tuesday.

Authorities said the suspect whose identity isn’t being released is from Brush.

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