OKTAHA, Oklahoma - The superintendent of Oktaha Public Schools is hoping the public can help them locate people that damaged the school.

According to Superintendent Jerry Needham, vandals broke into the school and caused about $3,000 worth of damage.

He said they went through 11 difference classrooms and took a cellphone, chips and candy used for rewards for children and broke out several windows.

Initially, a $100 reward was offered, but due to donations from the community, they are now offering a $700 reward.

The school is working with the Muskogee County Sheriff’s Office but Needham said people can call him at 918-616-8474 to report any information.