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The night before the fire, at least two people entered Garrucha Institute.

Agents of the Judicial Police of Garrucha continue to investigate to determine who was responsible for the arson that took place in the Mediterranean Secondary School of the city eleven days ago.

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The night before the fire, at least two people entered Garrucha Institute.

Agents of the Judicial Police of Garrucha continue to investigate to determine who was responsible for the arson that took place in the Mediterranean Secondary School of the city eleven days ago.

Investigators are well aware of the seriousness and complexity of the facts and will not take false steps. The investigations are more thorough than expected and take longer.

"The investigation remains open. The cameras have been viewed. We are working to identify positive individuals. "Several minors have been investigated, a spokesperson for the Meritorious acknowledged yesterday. Officially, however, the Civil Guard claims that they have yet to identify the authors. They maintained that they would continue to pursue it, and they will eventually fall," they said from the Interior.

IDEAL learned from other sources that both the security cameras at the educational center and the Vista Alegre pavilion recorded the presence of "at most" two people entering Garruchero. Researchers don't rule out the possibility that more people could have been involved.

One of the key clues that the Judicial Police agents use is the footprints of Levante Almeria Firefighters Consortium members in the areas where they were burned.

They stated that the firefighters were quick to respond and managed to put out the flames in less than a minute. They stated that the majority of their action consisted of checking the stability and ventilating the building.

The vandalism at Garrucha was committed at midnight on March 12. Ten minutes later, several neighbors called the 112 Andalucia Emergency Service to warn of a possible fire at the IES Mediterraneo.

The Levante Firefighters Consortium and Civil Guard were immediately notified. They then traveled to the site with the public health emergency service company (EPES-061) They were able verify that nobody was in the building, and then the firefighters extinguished the flames. Fortunately, there were no injuries.

First estimates suggest a disbursement in excess of 100,000 euros to restore the institute, which was established in 2003.

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