Boys charged for '£10,000 vandalism' at Cordyce School in Aberdeen

Three boys - one aged 12 - have been charged after an Aberdeen special needs school suffered vandalism estimated to be worth £10,000.

A total of 47 windows were smashed at Cordyce School on Riverview Drive in Dyce on Wednesday at about 20:00.

Police said the three - the other two are aged 14 - had been reported over the incident, and another vandalism nearby.

The vandalism has seen the school closed on Thursday.

Insp Jackie Craig said: "This was a malicious attack which has forced the school to temporarily close.

"We would appeal to anyone who may have knowledge of the incident to come forward. "

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