BILLERICA, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Police are investigating after several floors of Billerica Memorial High School flooded in what school officials are calling an act of vandalism.
On Saturday, school officials discovered the first three floors of the academic wing of Billerica Memorial High School had sustained water damage. Billerica Schools Superintendent Timothy Piwowar called the incident "a malicious act of vandalism," in a statement.
"This morning, a malicious act of vandalism occurred at Billerica Memorial High School that resulted in water damage to areas on the third, second, and first floors of the academic wing of the building," Piwowar said.
Superintendent Piwowar said they do not believe the flooding will impact school on Monday.
Billerica Police has launched an investigation into the incident.
Anyone with information is being asked to contact Billerica Police Department.