Deer breaks into New Hampshire Elementary School

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A separate deer-related burglary was reported the day before at a nearby car dealership.

A deer broke into a primary school in Barnstead, New Hampshire on Sunday afternoon, according to Barnstead Police Department.

Police reported that they received a call that the windshield was off Barnstead Elementary School was crushed around noon. 12.20. Upon arrival, Officer Cookinham of the Barnstead Police Department found the four-legged intruder in the school lobby.

The deer was reportedly a ten-point buck, and Cookinham asked for backup to “help catch the big suspect.”

When the emergency personnel arrived to assist the officer, the deer crashed through another window and escaped. The deer allegedly fled the scene down Maple Street, leaving a piece of antlers at school.

“Officer Cookinham pursued the four-legged suspect who was [too] fast to the officer, “joked Barnstead Police Facebook. “In the distance you could hear a voice shouting ‘On Dancer !!!’ and in a moment the suspect was gone. “

On Saturday, police reported another deer break into a car repair shop in Goffstown, New Hampshire.

Barnstead Police joked that the two deer could be part of “an organized criminal group that searched buildings in New Hampshire. They reported – perhaps jokingly – that the abandoned antlers are being sent to a criminal laboratory for a DNA check.

“Barnstead Police will work with Goffstown Police and other law enforcement agencies to try to match the main footprint, surveillance and booking of images to see if this is the same suspect from the Goffstown burglary or another member of this organized criminal group,” Barnstead Police wrote.

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