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Teen burglars Rumbled
One of the school offices this morning. Picture: Rebecca O'Donovan/7 News

A police dog has helped police apprehend two boys who allegedly broke into a primary school in Como last night.

Rumble tracked one of two boys who ran from officers after a break-in at Collier Primary School at about 9.45pm.

One of the boys was apprehended by police at the school and the dog helped track the second boy and foundhim hiding in the carport of a home in Birdwood Avenue.

The school was vandalised during the break-in and several things were thrown out of drawers onto the floor.

A 16-year-old from High Wycombe was cautioned.

A 14-year-old from Como has been charged with three counts of burglary, two counts of camage, two counts breaching bails, providing false details and possessing stolen property.

He is due to appear in Perth Children's Court today.

The West Australian

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