BRAMPTON, Ontario | the Three young people of 13 and 14 years old were arrested and accused of having deliberately set fire to a primary school in Brampton, Ontario, causing about $ 8 million in damage.
The Peel regional police explained on Saturday to have arrested two youths aged 13 and 14 years old live in Brampton, Friday, in connection with the blaze that was triggered on may 9 last year. Another young boy of 13 Toronto has been stopped by the suite on Saturday.
The three members of the trio are accused of breaking and entering and arson.
The rescue had been called to go to the elementary school St. Leonard to 17: 45, 9 may, due to a black smoke that billowed from the building.
Any door to believe that the suspects have decided to light a fire in the area of the administrative offices of the institution. The Intervention of the fire brigade helped to limit the damage, but the building has been greatly damaged by the fire and the intervention.
“The suspects are rendered in various parts of the school and have caused significant damage in the classes, to electrical systems and in other important places”, detailed the police, according to the local media “In Brampton”.
The authorities have estimated that it will take 12 to 18 months to repair all the damage.