Police Investigate Westinghouse High School Break-In

HOMEWOOD (KDKA) – Police are investigating an early Tuesday morning break-in at Westinghouse High School.

According to police, the break-in happened around 1 a.m. on North Murtland Street.

Nothing appears to have been stolen from the school. It is also unclear as to how the suspects gained entry to the building.

Pittsburgh Police have been at the scene all morning gathering evidence and securing the building.

Police will be looking at security cameras for more clues.

Anyone with information is asked to call police.

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  1. Sage says:

    So, police say there was a break-in, but don’t know how access was gained or if anything was taken? Just how do they know there was a break-in then?

    1. Harley says:

      Maybe the police were looking for a legal excuse to enter the school and set up surveilance tapes. You know the black leaders are scared of confrontations so no questions will be raised.

  2. Devon says:

    The brothers dun stol the test for the GED

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